“What is the significance of life? ” is a inquiry many people ask themselves at some point during their lives. most in the context “What is the intent of life? ” Here are some of the many possible replies to this vexing inquiry. The responses are shown to overlap in many ways but may be grouped into the undermentioned classs: Survival and temporal success … to populate every twenty-four hours like it is your last and to make your best at everything that comes before you … to be ever satisfied … to populate. travel to school. work. and die … to take part in natural human development. or to lend to the cistron pool of the human race …

To progress technological development. or to actively develop the hereafter of intelligent life … to vie or co-operate with others … to destruct others who harm you. or to pattern passive resistance and nonresistance … to derive and exert power … to go forth a bequest. such as a work of art or a book … to eat … to fix for decease … to pass life in the chase of felicity. possibly non to obtain it. but to prosecute it unrelentingly. … to bring forth offspring through sexual reproduction ( alike to take parting in development ) …to protect and continue one’s family. kin. or folk ( kindred to take parting in development ) …

To seek freedom. either physically. mentally or financially … to detect the ultimate destiny of humanity to the furthest possible extent … to seek felicity and flourish. experience pleasance or observe … to last. including the chase of immortality through scientific agencies … to try to hold many sexual conquerings ( as in Arthur Schopenhauer’s will to reproduce ) … to happen and take over all free infinite in this “game” called life … to seek and happen beauty … to kill or be killed.