Can someone solve the most ask question?
What is the meaning of life?
jax gave us this website:
Jessica quickly responded with this (Ha! I posted
it for you):
The meaning to Life, the Universe,
and Everything is ... 42.
Brad answered with this:
there are a lot of different meanings to
life it all depends on what you believe in. I Personally believe
that the meaning of life is to procreate and advance the human race,
That's why god put us here.
Jamalique reported this:
Well, the meaning of life can not
be put into simple words, a simple paragraph, or a simple answer,
for that matter. I suppose you could say that it begins with
existence, but then again, you don't live to exist, you exist to
Well, here's what I came up with.
There is no simple meaning of life, however, life is what you make
of it. I suppose that you can bring meaning to life...in a sense.
You see, life can pass by within the blink of an eye. However, it's
not the span of your life, but what you do to fill your life with
meaning. I suggest reading "The Chosen" to better understand what
I'm trying to say. Then ask yourself how the main characters brought
meaning into their lives. Very interesting.
Anywho, as I've said before, I can not answer your question, but
perhaps I've helped. Cheers mate, and be safe ;)
Mainboss shared his thoughts with us:
The Meaning of life is to experience
the wonders that life has to offer, that is if you look at it in a
human-bias side of things, if you look at the world of animals,
there aim seems to be reproduction and survival! Or are we just part
Rager shared these beliefs:
I'm assuming you're not asking the
definition of what life is, but rather why it is.
If we're to assume that there is a scientific explanation for how
the universe or universes came into existence and how life began,
there is no meaning. All we can do is create a purpose for ourselves
beyond mindlessly reproducing...although that's the most fun
purpose. Some just keep themselves busy, try to make the most money
and die in the most comfortable and luxurious way they can. Others
just have fun. Still others let curiosity drive them, trying to work
out how we got to be here, etc etc. On the other hand, if life
wasn't an accident, then the meaning, or
purpose, is what the Creator says it is...and our best source of
information on that is whatever your particular religion regards as
scripture. As a Christian, my understanding is that God created the
heavens and the earth, and man in his image, and sacrificed his only
begotten Son to give us a way back to Him. He gave us warnings about
what would jeopardise our happiness here and our return to Him.
Jesus gave us instruction too, telling us our purpose was to "be ye
therefore perfect, as your father in heaven is perfect" (obviously
knowing we couldn't, which is why he made up the difference for us),
and telling us to love God, each other and ourselves.
Jakolan added this:
Not much of an answer, but I remember
hearing someone grieving ask, "Why do people die?" The answer they
received was, "To give life meaning." Food for thought.
KJ pointed this out:
It figures TB would be the one to ask the question no one
can really answer.
Stu: The meaning to life is something that is
like life itself. It happens all the time. It happens weather you
want it to or not. It takes no effort. It happened before you were
born and will continue long after you are gone. And if you think
about it, it really is life.
The meaning to life is to learn.
Askmo agreed with Jessica on this:
That iss easy, its 42
Jason shared this interesting idea:
The ladder theory answers the oft asked
question, "What is the purpose of life?" The purpose of life is to
move up the ladder. The person you are with now should be better
(higher on your ladder) than the person you were last with. Okay
it's not perfect but if you have no direction in life, trying to
fuck hotter and hotter chicks or richer and richer guys is as good a
place as any to start...
Rick C. concluded with this:
Ecclesiastes 12:13 Let us hear the
conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments:
for this is the whole duty of man.
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