Life Is Inherently Meaningless

One of the greatest gifts that we have been given is that life is meaningless.

What this means is that no situation, no circumstance — NOTHING, actually has built in meaning to it. The world around us is all inherently neutral and devoid of any meaning.

No matter anyone else’s intention in any given moment that might be toward you, if you assign only a positive meaning to that given same circumstance than you will only receive a positive output and effect out of that circumstance no matter what anyone else experiences.

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