In Albert Camus essay "The Myth of Sisyphus", he claims suicide is a confession that life is not worth living. That many people have a conflict with understanding what it is they want from the universe and what we end up settling for. He argues that life is meaningless and absurd yet we have the power to rebel against the absurdity and take control over our own fate in happiness. But perhaps there is an alternative to suicide, a permanent solution to a temporary problem.
Maybe we shouldn't think about how bad a problem is but how bad these problems are hurting us. Many searches for the meaning in their life and often feel lost, however, it is alright to be lost and don't need to have those question answered right away. Camus questioned whether