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This is a good point about the "pursuit of happiness" either now or in the short-expected present. Lately I've been thinking along these same lines and I seem to end up as: look, life DOES have a purpose, this IS all going somewhere, and if it doesn't feel rewarding at the moment or even what appears to be coming up, you're going to have to just follow the same map as the people before you*. It helps a lot if this map is the result of divine revelation. And absent a cultural agreement as to what the destination is and who, if anyone, has the map, no wonder so many are depressed.

*"you" generic, not "you, author of this fine website"


If there's one thing you can say with scientific certainty about purpose and maps for living, it's that people really *need* them.

Also "you" generic. :-)

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