Reproducing does sound fun, but that's not my meaning of life (Pleased on't get the wrong idea, I have never done the process of procreation.)
LOL when I re-read what I wrote I wanted to say the exact same thing.
But I remember in sixth grade at Catholic school, we had a teacher who said the purpose of life is to know, love, and serve God.
Then in seventh grade at the same Catholic school, we had another teacher. And she said the purpose of life is to be the best that you can be. And that one really stuck with me.
I think the second one is much more true than the textbook definition we had in sixth grade. Whatever religion (or non-religion) we happen to be, we are here to accomplish, and experience, as many good and amazing things as we can. That doesn't mean we need to accomplish the same things, but we all need to try just as hard. Based on who we are, the outcomes may be different, but they will still be our personal best.
Edited by Amat Gotchi, 29 July 2013 - 02:10 PM.