Best way to explain this is by asking people what they think point of life is for a plant?.....Easy, to consume sunlight and grow.
Then, after this thought, its easy to extrapolate what point of life is for humans.
The human without growth is the plant without sunlight.
I'd say to experience fulfillment, since trying to experience that when you're dead might be difficult.
I choose to see life as a window of opportunity, like rockets that have a chance to enter the atmosphere. A little too early and they burn up. A little too late and they bounce off. This opportunity needs to be taken exactly right.
The moment you feel fulfillment the question disappears and all you are left with is the answer. Then and only then do you know what the point of life is. The second you question it again, you won't.
Don't ask my why as I haven't figured that out yet. All I know is this is the way it is. As to why, I pass that onto a more knowledgeable soul than me...
is the point of life not to avoid pain?
haha, sorry unless u are into sm ofcourse.
There is no point. Our race is a biological accident evolved from some other biological accidents. We don't have a reason to exist. We just do.
...Wow okay now I realise why some religious people think us atheists are cynical.
I don't mean it like we shoudn't exist, we just don't really HAVE to exist; we choose to. Isn't that better than having some purpose you have to fulfil? Being here by choice?