My answer to Life is totally meaningless. We live. We die. So what's the point?
Answer by Desmond Last:
It is not totally meaningless to a woman in a refugee camp who everyday strives to keep her children alive so that the joy of watching them grow up is fulfilled.
It is not totally meaningless for an American Marine who right now is willing to die to stop ISIS carrying out its use of force to achieve its belief in God.
It was not meaningless for the Doctors and White Helmets in Aleppo who saved lives against all odds.
It is not meaningless to a Police Officer who right now is risking his life in a situation where he is facing an armed assailant who wants to kill his own wife and children.
It is not meaningless to a nurse who spends her life carrying out the care of others doing a job most of us would not have the dedication of[patience to do.
It is not meaningless for all those who live in absolute poverty hoping one day they will have sanitation and food.
It is not meaningless for me as I try to make our World better for all of us.
In fact if you want to improve your own life and in doing so help other it is never meaningless.
When you have a life to improve and enjoy there is a dream, hope, endeavor and achievement. That is not meaningless.
The Point is to want to be happy.