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First to clear up any misunderstandings in the next few paragraphs you are about to read I shall explain a few things I am not talking about the individual people in our lives that mean so much to us or individual lives That is a whole other matter What I mean by the meaning of life is the greater picture There are people all over the world doing their own thing living their own lives in their own areas Is there a point to this The people themselves benefit from learning and having experiences while theyre alive but then they die and all they have accomplished ends Then the process begins all over again with the next generation So one purpose for life is established We are here to reproduce It has been genetically coded into us and with little prompting we continue to produce tiny versions of ourselves But is there a POINT to this Some people say the point of life is to have fun and make others happy Righto then Sure thats a good thing to do I dont disagree with that But in terms of the big picture what does it exactly accomplish A person lives their life has fun and perhaps has the knack of making lots of other people happy in the process then that person dies And so eventually do all the other people they brought happiness to And through different generations come people who have the same philosophysame thing just happening later in time with different people Nothing has been accomplishedSo this obviously cannot be the point of life unless its inventor has the same intellect as that of pond scum I would like to think otherwise so I am interested in finding another answerOther people believe that God is the point of life God gives us a booklet of rules and regulations for us to be eligible to receive his personal attention We respect his wishes
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