The goal for the Christian should NEVER be to be "super holy." The goal ought always be for him to be holy. Super holy is unholy.The BIBLE way is holiness. The moment you add to the Bible some extra level of austerity or asceticism, you have corrupted holiness. For example, if it is holy for women to dress modestly, then it is not more holy for women to only wear colorless dresses that flow to their feet. Those who practice the latter while thinking it makes them a bit holier are actually less holy for it. Why? Because adding to the Bible is the ESSENCE of unholiness. If the Bible teaching on drinking is moderation, it is not more holy to preach teetotalism. Teetotalism is not as holy as moderation because the Bible is holier than the standards of men. That doesn't mean that every Christian should drink, but it does mean that no Christian should teach that no Christian should drink. Adding to the Bible is unholiness. The holy path is the Bible path. The unholy path is everything else. That includes extra strong standards that the Bible does not teach. Some of the unholiest people in the world are sitting in movements that identify themselves as "Holiness" movements. If extra asceticism is unholy, and it is, then there are a lot of churches in this world that are less holy than a lot of prisons in this world.