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what is the meaning of life?


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just wondering if anyone's figured it out yet.
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forty two.

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forty two.
Hahaha.



On a more serious note, I don't think there is any meaning to life, I think it is a pointless struggle though a world of crap, with no end in sight until the release of death - and the fear of what comes after. That's all we're really fighting against and living because of, fear of dying. Anyone who says they aren't scared of death is lying in my book.

At least, I know that's why I'm sitting here today - I'm just too scared to take the emergency exit.
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whoever dies with the most toys, still dies!

I've certainly had a few rough years.... in time things get better... then get worse again. Life's ups and downs.
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The meaning of life.

Is to exist for the reason we do so. Anything else is just baggage.

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Mindless repetition.
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Mindless repetition.
You can change that.

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For me, its to learn as much as I possibly can while I am here.

But, as others have said, the answer is clearly 42.

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I check the big computer also and the answer is"42" as was stated.

Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, It's about learning to dance in the rain!
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do what makes you happy
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do what makes you happy

most of the world does that... which is why things are so messed up.
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Errr...Don't read/watch the Matrix and answer that question...Hahahaha

Speaking of which, I got this unusual call by a pay phone today....
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My belief is that we all existed in spirit form before we came to this earth and that we came here to 1) Obtain a body and 2) Be tried and tested with the eventual aim of returning to our Eternal Father.
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As others have said, the answer is clearly 42...

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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To be semi-serious here, and trying to refrain myself from quoting Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy again, I can give you a weird off the wall quote someone I know gave me a while back.

"People spend their whole lives trying to find meaning in their existence. Fortunately for them, they end up dying in the process. Once you find the meaning of existence, existence has no meaning."

Bismillah ihr Rhman ihr Raheem

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Thats why I'm a friggin genius.
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