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There is no meaning of life
There is no meaning of life.
Regardless of what happens, there will eventually be no trace of humanity, so nothing it did will really have mattered.
Any meaning for a living being would have to be self-assigned; no objective meaning can exist for something.
Our life span is too short to have a meaning which would exceed the purpose of reproduction.
We are just an autonomous bunch of molecules stuck together which learned how to avoid annihilation.
There is a great deal of meaning to life, which is, ironically bestowed by death. The greatest achievement of an intelligent mind, is the ability for it to comprehend the fact that it will one day die, and so, to find the meaning inherent in that fact.
By being alive, we alter the course of the universe in a tiny but measurable way. The definition of what the universe is is therefore altered by our existence. This is meaningful because we contribute a small piece to everything that exists.
The meaning of life is to find meaning in life. Finding purpose to life beyond merely existing has to be the key. It is the only way that we can evolve, from simply 'human' to a true 'human being'.
The meaning of life amounts to what you leave behind in this world before death.
We are not intelligent enough to understand the meaning of life.
Meaning is found in beauty, and being alive is a beautiful experience.
Meaning is defined by relationships. There are always relationships, and thus meaning in life, even if what these relationships are can vary greatly from person to person.
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