The OP was:
What's the meaning of life? What's the purpose?
This is a big question and worth thinking, and not only makes sense but is perhaps the biggest question we have.
Why do you think is has no sense? Should we not wonder about our existence?
Man in his 100,000 year history has contemplated the meaning of life.
If there were any meaning, you'd think that someone would have discovered it by now.
But 4,000,000,000,000 minds (give or take a few) did not find the meaning of life.
There was not one single soul who found the meaning of life.
So this is zero for four trillion. Not a good average, not even in the minor leagues. And our species IS the major league on Earth.
B. is that if you don't believe in an intelligent designer having designed and built the universe, then it is a happenstance. And as we know, happenstances don't have meaning. If you sneeze and bend forward in the effort, and a frog jumps up off the ground and gets in your cloud of cold viruses you've just sneezed out within ten seconds of your sneeze, then there is no reason why the frog was destined to catch your cold. No reason
. Cause, yes, there was a causation process. But reason, no.
-- Updated 2017 August 30th, 5:21 pm to add the following --
Belindi wrote:'Life' is an idea. Living things exist but life does not exist except as an idea. Life cannot mean or intend anything as it is not a living thing.
Not every question makes sense, and the title of this thread does not make sense.
I think the question means, what is the meaning of living a life. What reason is there for being alive. What is the ultimate goal in life that give a liver something that says, he has accomplished what he had been called to accomplish, in a cosmic sense.
It is still an unanswerable question, mind you.
Due to this thread, I think I'm going to change my signature from "sweat the small... etc" to "You can always live without a lover, but you can't love without a liver."