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  1. Life lived with meaning gives the spirit of a person-the highest, of all existing positive (but short — term)-material-monetary-carnal, worldly carnal feelings, a sense of pleasure.

    But the enjoyment of living within the framework of meaning-the main meaning, of all the Universal meanings that exist-the primary and mysterious-gives the spirit, and, consequently, the life of this spirit carrier — a constant (and progressing in the direction of unspeakable benefits — carefully arranged by God) feeling, endless under the caring hand of the Creator — blissful, (constant) satisfaction.

    So what is the mysterious meaning of human life? Is there a clear definition of it expressed in words? — perhaps you were wondering?

    The meaning of human life is contained in the progressive development of consciousness (i.e., spirit), from the vain — chaotic, i.e., from the material-monetary-carnal (i.e., evil-bearing), i.e., from the old — Adam (who does not listen to the primary Truth) and always falling (i.e., sinning-vicious), and thereby, corruptible, i.e., temporary, i.e., earthly — mortal; from man (only within the framework of the age, living) not perfect, and therefore, for everything (in the Truth of Good) — evil and harmful, in a balanced-regulated consciousness, Angelically spiritually developed — heavenly; from evil (earthly) material-monetary-carnal values (in desires, in thoughts and in deeds), that is, from sin and death — Resurrected, and, consequently, in Truth and Truth renewed — new, thereby — pure (Harmonious), eternally living, i.e. in contrast to a person (with a brow, living for a century) — human (i.e. with a brow, i.e. with a forehead, brains, mind, consciousness, spirit — eternal), and therefore — perfect, and, consequently (pure, from all forms and manifestations of evil) — Holy, in the Arms and Chambers of the King of the Universal World — ripe.

    Quote from the book: “Under the caring hand of the Creator”.

  2. First we must answer another question: does “life” owe its existence to anyone? By answering this question, everything becomes much easier with the answer to your question.

  3. We live to, oddly enough, live!
    In fact, each person finds the reason for his own life. A musician gives his life to music, a military man gives his life to the country, and an average worker gives his life to work.�
    You need to find yourself what you will give your life to, and follow this path.�
    It's so cool that life is meaningless! I think they will not argue with me (except for believers who believe in the concept of heaven and hell) that we will all die. And everything you see (friends, family, city, country, planet, solar system, universe) will eventually cease to exist. So that gives you a pretty strong reason to give yourself up to what you like. What difference does it make if your parents like that you're into tattoo art? Do it, if the soul is lying.
    However, there are some limitations. Always listen only to yourself, but do not disturb the balance. You can not interfere directly in the life of another person with your activities, if this activity is harmful to him. If you do not interfere with others, then you will achieve everything (do not confuse other people's envy with harming a person).

  4. The presence of this question implies freedom in choosing a life goal, therefore, I dare say, you have an existentialist or humanistic view of life. The first definition implies a non-stop search for the meaning of life as the main goal of existence. To learn more about this search, it is better to read the philosophy of Albert Camus, who called life absurd and called for its investigation. Humanism, on the other hand, strives for a democratic society based on the relationship between ethics and the development of human abilities. These aspirations can be adopted and put on an active life position. I propose to delve into the philosophy of modern humanism with the help of the works of the author of one of the humanist manifestos, Paul Kurtz.�

    However, the choice of goals is great. I can offer you the following philosophical / ethical definitions and their goals, which can help you decide what you need from life::

    ■ Hedonism(from the Greek. “pleasure”) – constant receiving of pleasure, pleasure.
    * Pragmatism (from the Greek “deed”, “action”) – performing actions, accumulating life experience that can determine the value of life.�
    ■ Transhumanism (from Lat. trans — “through”, ” for “and homo — “man”) – elimination of human suffering through science and various technologies.
    ■ Eudemonism(from Greek: prosperity, bliss) – achieving happiness.
    ■ Utilitarianism(from lat. “benefit”, “benefit”) – getting benefits from every action, all the benefits.�

    Or be a nihilist. Deny the need for meaning in life.�

    (While writing the answer, I found my meaning in life. Thank you.)

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