Ignorance of purpose of life; does not mean no purpose of human life

Ignorance of purpose of life; does not mean that there is no purpose of human life

I wrote comments on the topic “Fundamentalist Liberal Christians” at Ruth’s blog; link:



February 24, 2014 at 4:51 pm

@ Ruth:February 24, 2014 at 12:13 pm
Like the honeybees, as I understand, live in colonies; different bees in the same colony have different functions to perform; one kind of them cannot perform the function some others can perform and they do perform. So individually each one of them is busy performing its function; perhaps unaware of what others are performing and as to how they are performing.

Individually they have a meaning in the function they are performing but collectively they have the purpose of raising a honeybee colony.

Collectively they are supporting one another to collect honey and pollen as their off-season food.
The nature has another purpose of their life of which they are unaware; while collecting pollen they add pollination of nearby crops useful for the human beings.

So nature has assigned another purpose to them; to which they are unaware. Their ignorance does not mean the nature has not assigned them a special task/purpose.

Does it help?

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