Monday, November 7, 2011

Meaning what exactly?

Second post, because I could find a way to make this congruous with the first.

Here's a question for you blogland, What is the meaning of life?

It's a question I haven't been able to shake lately, purely because as far as I can see, Life is absolutely irrevocably useless. But at the same time, I know it's not so.
I've juggled with a few ideas to see if that fit into what I am like, and I've taken these from what I've observed.

1. Meaning of life is to live it - No, just no.
2. 42 - Yes, but the question is nessecary to grasp this.
3. A personal goal - Be it to be a dancer, do well at school or anything like that, but this doesn't fit me, I'm too lazy and I hate myself for that.
4. Faith - A religious faith, belief in the afterlife, leads people to be good in life. I think you all know why this doesn't fit me.
5. Take each day as it comes - I've been doing this one for as long as I remember, but I am not content with it, there has to be more.

I met a guy online the other day, and I asked him if he'd found any meaning in life. He told me that it's not something you can ask, that you have to find meaning for yourself.
This is the smartest thin I've ever heard to do with it.

I just wish I could find what my meaning is.

Thanks for reading,
Reggie M. Stuff


  1. For all you know, your meaning might just to be to write something on your blog that someone will read and then will give info to another to share again till it becomes of use to someone else.
    Meaning your life has little meaning at all but to help someone indirectly and then you just pointlessly live for no reason what so ever till you wait for death.

    There is no true meaning, and if there is, its insignificant with what we go though day to day.

    You come from nothing, you're going back to nothing. What have you lost? Nothing.

    So why exactly does there have to be a meaning to life at all? For everything we do in life is pointless and we are to just live for our own joy, why make it a bad one?

  2. But that's the thing, the meaning of life is subjective, to you, you are content with the knowledge that we go from nothing into nothing, and Actually, parts of existentialism I agree with.

    But I want to have some kind of purpose.
    Some role in life.