Re: Purpose of Life
There is no purpose to life, if there is no afterlife. There are literally few consequences for those who live a decent life and go along with whatever the newest trend is within the culture. This would provide a means of survival in itself.
There is no reason for us to be here. We are just a matured parasite. I use the term parasite because that is literally what we are in the womb. We live off of the host. Therefore, only because the majority believe something is wrong, would we have any laws. If we were all of the belief that no one is worth more than a parasite, then we would have no laws about murder or any other crime against humanity. Why would we need to care?
When we realize we normally have a desire to achieve at least some of Maslow's Hierarch of needs, we know that there is something more to us than simple animals. We don't need that quality. We only need a desire to procreate to continue. Food sources would regulate population.
The earth did not have a need for humans. We don't contribute much to the environment. We use the earth's resources and barely give back, if at all. We even take resources from the earth and send them to space where oxygen and hydrogen are expelled after chemical reaction, never to return to earth. We are literally throwing away our own resources when that happens. They won't return. At least, CO2 can be split into carbon and oxygen and reused by plants for food and to replenish oxygen.
What do we do? Can't think of a thing. Well, we love each other. Do we? Really?
So, if there really is no need for us to be here in the circle of life that keeps the earth healthy, like the rest of nature, there has to be something else. There is no other reason evolution had to produce such an intelligent creature.
"I'm significant!! Screamed the dust speck." - Bill Watterson
"Youth is wasted on the young". - George Bernard Shaw
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