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Post Reply What is the meaning of life?
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Posted 1/3/14 , edited 1/3/14
Grow and finish my dream from age 2 until I pass.
Passing on my future billions onto my siblings and future children.
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Chaeyang wrote:

Using Law of Attraction the CORRECT way.


That's a good point yes.
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Hmm...it's difficult. All things don't seem to come to a consensus. We all do different things, but all of us live and die. But is that to say that is the meaning? If that is the meaning, then we have to find the meaning to death. We could assume the meaning is something beyond death. But, not all people necessarily have to succeed in the meaning of life. If that's the case, then it could be any number of things. Moreover, we might not know if we succeed in life's meaning. If not all people have to do the meaning of life, then that means it could be anything, rendering this question unanswerable.
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wouldn't it be to not die?
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i do not know the meaning of life (obviously); however, what matters to me is what you achieve in life. at the end of the day religion, race or any other denomination shouldn't be regarded as a handicap to your personality. try to do good and be good in life! meh, don't think too hard about these things! just go out and try not to be grumpy to everyone. :P
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"What is the meaning of life?" is a bogus question to which there is no answer. You can might as well ask "What is the meaning of mayonnaise?" or "What is the meaning of death?" The appropriate way to phrase these questions are "What is mayonnaise?" and "What is death?" You can look up their definitions in a dictionary if you want them answered.
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To survive and pursue .
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To Be or Not to Be that is the Question .

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"Sex, Weights and Protein Shakes"!
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If.
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To help everyone and hurt no one
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Its easy the answer cant be found in the book or internet accept the holy book which is the quran ,read then u will understand all about it^3^
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U dont have to be a muslim to read quran anyways ^3^
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I'm not trying to offend anyone here, but from my own atheist view I believe that nothing in the universe overall is going to be affected by what you do in your life (crime, kindness, laziness, etc.). Therefore, while I have morals, I tend not to worry about screw ups or embarrassments.

In a shit load of years the earth will be destroyed, and everything we did will be completely erased unless we survive by leaving earth or something. (EDIT: and don't forget those satellites or whatever) With this in mind, I feel like as pointless as life seems with this belief, I can still enjoy it.

(Killing other people still sucks. Just let them do what they want instead of killing them, you bitch.)

However, if there IS a deity -- awesome. If there isn't, then I guess I'll just do what I want without overstepping my boundaries.
Posted 1/5/14
Evolution.
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