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The Enigma of Life (Part 2 of 2) — The Meaning of Life


Human lives are no more significant in the grand scheme of the universe than the lives of cockroaches on the same scale of magnitude.

Xenocrates

Humanity and all life enveloped by it, is a by product of a cosmic matter engine. — Image by Jamie Beck

When you think about the complexity of life on this planet, our first instinct is to think that the meaning of our lives extends from the complexity inherent in life as we know it. The truth is that wherever life exists in the universe, irrespective of its complexity, the purpose of that life is exactly the same. There is no greater relativistic significance that’s attributable to humanity.

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  1. Nick
    August 18, 2011 at 7:37 pm

    This is great content!

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