What is the meaning of life?

Updated on September 23, 2017 in Meaning of Life
13 on February 13, 2015

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0 on February 13, 2015

To serve, first God and then each other

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0 on February 14, 2015

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0 on February 14, 2015

Oh give me a break. I think this question was answered definitively in that great theological episode of The Twilight Zone which had the entitlement of To Serve Man.

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0 on February 14, 2015

It is what you want it to be.

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0 on February 17, 2015

Why are we here?  Because we’re here.  Roll the bones.

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0 on June 25, 2015

To pay taxes and die

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1 on June 30, 2015

The meaning of life is to expand, heal, and especially make a difference in our reality. Our lives as animals are timed, we’ll all have a day where we pass away, what is living will one day die. If your talking about a more broad explanation. Then, basically, reproduce and let the human population grow. Really the purpose of life isn’t the correct question, it’s “What are you going to do to change it?”.

on October 19, 2015

Is there objective meaning to life? Or is meaning only subjective?

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1 on July 18, 2017

According to Wikipedia, the meaning of life is the existence of an individual human being or animal.

on July 22, 2017

“According to Wikipedia”.

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0 on August 18, 2017

There is no actual meaning of life. You need to find what makes you happy and what you think the meaning of life is. Everyone’s perspective is different Find what you love and what you’re passionate about but also love and be kind to others.

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0 on September 17, 2017

Although most crave the answer to that question, I feel as if it is truly incapable to define “life” in a general aspect. We are all different. We all have different thoughts, beliefs, and we all analyze everything in different ways. Life itself is very brutal and harsh. Life is relentless and irrelevant to our well being and doesn’t change regardless of our presence. We as the population implement emotion, spiritual affiliation, and sexuality. Life is duration. It is choices. It is reaction. It is instinct. It’s the outcome of your existence on this planet, and what you did to appreciate the opportunity you had to breath each day. It would almost be selfish for me to assume I knew the meaning of your life, let alone try to persuade you that the way I have found and the way I obtain information is remotely relevant to the outcome of this duration of time we are here.. As long as the desire of enlarging your heart and having a receptive soul can give you the passion to never give up on finding your true meaning in this world, I believe nothing else really matters.

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