Our Purpose: A Simple and Concrete Explanation of the Meaning of Life

Paarsurrey says:

I agree with you.

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.

Thanks and regards

Dean Richards

Let’s face it: life can seem quite pointless sometimes. We spend our days doing the same thing over and over again without a clear final purpose, and if you think about it too much, that can be rather frustrating. Still, since it’s Christmas, I figured that rather than bringing up controversial topics such as the Duck Dynasty affair, I would share with you what I think is our purpose in this world, and hopefully it will bring you a little inspiration along the way. So… what is the meaning of life?

Firstly, all living creatures have one thing in common: we all do the same thing over and over again in a perpetual cycle of pointlessness and we don’t ever get bored of it. We sleep, we eat, we eat some more, and eventually we’ll draw our final breath, but none of it ever gets boring. It’s rather monotone, and…

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