I won't say this is a definitive answer but it is a good one.

We are terrified by the question and at the same time, madly thrilled by it.

What is the meaning of life?

It’s an age-old, primordial question at the heart of all humanity.

What’s the point of going through all this fuss? Why were we born? Why do we die? WHY does all this exist anyway?

Wanting to know what the meaning of life is can be compared to opening a humungous can of worms: question after question comes spilling out. Pretty soon, we’re curled up in the fetal position choking on huge existential-crisis-grubs.

Sound macabre? That’s not half of it.

Wondering “what is the meaning of life?” is often at the core of dark and dreary human experiences such as the Dark Night of the Soul, identity crisis, and existential depression.

Of course, we’re all mildly curious from time to time. But if the Holy Grail Answer keeps escaping us, and if we wind up feeling completely lost in life, it will become top damn priority to know the meaning of life.

Without further ado, let’s dive into this deep topic …
What is the Meaning of Life? (In-Depth Exploration) — by Mateo Sol