Live a meaningful life.
The problem is we think it’s about boosting our status, earning more money, achieving power, hoarding material possessions, and being the best of the best.
While there’s nothing evil with that and we have the freedom to do what we want, all these things for some reasons make us unhappy in the long run.
If you’re an adult, you knew it. You knew it’s the truth.
So what does it mean to live a meaningful life?
There’s no comprehensive formula as each of us differ in many ways. My perspective may not be appropriate to you. And you may find it unrealistic.
Here’s what I believe:
To live a meaningful life, do something that gives you purpose and meaning. Do something that can improve people’s lives. Do something for our planet.
Forget about earning more and more money, or getting more likes on Instagram or Facebook, or being the most physically attractive person in the world.
Instead, devote to helping people, making our planet a better place to live, and doing things that give us purpose and meaning.