The Meaning of Life

One of the most beautiful things, for me, of not having to be concerned about an afterlife or all knowing being is the world’s oldest question: “What is the meaning of life?”

I think the answer is a deceptively simple return question – What do you want your life to mean?

You don’t have to please your creator.

You don’t have to worry about your rewards afterward.

You don’t have to do anything except make the best of your life in the meaning that you believe to be true.

So what is the meaning of life?

YOU

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One thought on “The Meaning of Life

  1. I rather wonder sometimes if that’s more of the point anyway, even in a religious sense. I very much lean this way these days, as long as it doesn’t hurt others.

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