To follow no one's rules but your own. To enjoy yourself, as long as you don't harm others. To help lessen the pain and sorrow that unfortunately pervades this universe. And to leave the world a better place for you having been there.
The purpose of life is to obey God. (Ecclesiastes 12:13) It's because we are supposed to anyway(Revelation 4:11), but it is helpful for us to do so in many ways. (Matthew 7:13,14). For example, He provides for people who obey him fully moneywise and healthwise.- jw.org for more info.
That's a good question. King Solomon wondered this same thing and concluded, “The conclusion of the matter, everything having been heard, is: Fear the true God and keep his commandments. For this is the whole obligation of man.” (Ecclesiastes 12:13).
Part of God’s purpose for us is that we enjoy life. Solomon wrote: “With a man there is nothing better than that he should eat and indeed drink and cause his soul to see good because of his hard work. This too I have seen, even I, that this is from the hand of the true God.”—Ecclesiastes 2:24.
Additionally, Jesus taught that for us to be happy, we must be “conscious of [our] spiritual need.” (Matthew 5:3)
There are 5 principles in the bible that can help us determine that: 1. Ecclesiastes 2:24- Working diligently and honestly. 2. Acts 20:35- Giving time and energy to assist others in times of difficulty. 3. Proverbs 17:17- Being a good friend. 4. Matthew 5:3- Studying the Bible and applying what's learned. 5. Ecclesiastes 12:1- Making the creator the focus in life.
love shared,passion,adventure,magic,faith,and the love of family.However,life is pain,debts ,worries and anguish and much more but, put them all together and you realize how great life is after all. Australis
The meaning of life? I'd guess it's to work hard and help advance humanities knowledge and make breakthroughs in science and such. Literature, Science, Math, Language, all of that. This way, we can make the school lives of the next generation just a little worse than ours.
Why, then, are we here? The last part of Revelation 4:11 answers: “Because of your will they [all created things] existed and were created.” We did not will ourselves into existence. We exist because of God’s will. For this reason, life lived solely for self-interest is empty and meaningless. To find inner peace, joy, satisfaction, and fulfillment, we need to learn what God’s will is and then bring our life into harmony with it. Only then will we find the purpose of our creation and existence.—Psalm 40:8.