The Meaning Of Life Meaning

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The Meaning of Life & Other Lies No well-minded senior in high school claims to have discovered any indisputable meaning of life. To do so would bring an end to all questions. Mankind has entered and exited hundreds upon thousands of eras throughout human history wondering and creating their own meanings in life. The first section of Viktor Frankl’s “Man’s Search For Meaning” in essence focuses on how only the concentration camp prisoners who felt they had a purpose to their lives, a goal or future to live for, survived. Anyone who lost meaning or purpose, a reason for living, would soon die. Love gives life meaning, religion gives life meaning, and suffering brings life meaning. I myself have loved and been loved. I was born in raised, and I have experienced suffering - if not in the purest of forms, but in one way or another. From what I can gather from my short time on this planet, my meaning in life is to someday be given the opportunity to put to use the skills I’ve been gifted with in this life to create feature films of my own making. To work in the film industry and make my living in the wild,…show more content…
There is no true definite meaning to life. It’s just living. Consider life like your favorite kind of donut. If someone offers you the donut, you’re not going to turn it down, even if you know it’ll be gone in a few bites. You eat it, and you don’t really start to consider the flavor until you have only a few bites left, and you savor those last few bites and then it’s gone. That’s what life is like. You don’t realize how little time you had until it’s almost over and then you enjoy life as much as you can before you
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