H ave you ever wondered what the meaning of life is? You looked on Google and other places... you searched books... asked those who seemed to know, and what did you get? They all seemed to take you on a philosophical ride that left you more confused than you were before. Look no further. I'll tell you exactly what you have been looking for.
I have thought about the meaning of life for some time, and no one seemed to have a definite answer. Like most things in life, the meaning is quite simple. It requires no prayer, no meditation or fasting. You don't have to be a mystic, a guru or philosopher to understand it. Once you have it, you will be able to explain it to a 5 year old kid, in one sentence. And he will get it.
The majority of those who seem to know tend to cloak the discussion in mystery. If you love someone, you will be glad to help the person in any way you can. So, the authority figures on this subject must have something other than love for those who are seeking the answer to the ultimate question. Making it more difficult than it should be does not help anyone. In my view this happens because of a few reasons, it could be one or a combination of the following reasons:
They don't know Want to feel superior Want to sell you something Keep people coming to them
The best things in life are free; love, satisfaction, joy, family, new-born babies, etc. - free but not cheap; free, but not without a cost. Relax. There is no cost to you. It took some effort for these free things to be here. Our lot is simply to enjoy the free gifts. We are children of the Most High. Given that the gifts of life are free, it must also follow that life itself allows us to know its true meaning without charging.
If you have read this far, you are wondering by now - what is the meaning of life? Here it is: Expression. That is all there is to it. There are no secrets in life. There is only knowledge that you may not know about yet. Nothing is hidden. In my next posting, I will explain what life is all about in details. You will be pleasantly surprised to learn that it has all been revealed in and around you, though you may have been overlooking it until now.