Definitive Meaning of LifeDefinitive Meaning of LifeDefinitive Meaning of Life by Renaissance-James
The meaning of life is best described as a light switch being turned on and off. Ask many people why they turned a light in a room on and they’ll give you many answers. It would be easy to say there is only one way to respond, but in reality the number of ways to answer the question is infinite.
Thus the meaning of life is at once mundane and unimaginative, and at the same time a paradox of infinite answers.
By “Mundane” I mean a one word answer “Because...”
By “Answer” I mean a definition of “Because” which is indefinable as there are infinite answers.
If I stated this as a mathematical equation I would feel satisfied with the following.
Life = Because + Reason for Because
It’s similar to Pi in that you could logically extend the thought equation indefinitely by stating such things as (life = because + reason for bec
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