what is the purpose of life?

Well, you could try this :
Go to a cafe in a busy part of a city and take a seat that gives you a view of people walking past – perhaps a table on the pavement outside.

Now observe.
People walking to a certain destination or maybe without any destination, they are just wandering around.

What you’ll see is hundreds, and, if time permits, thousands, of people, busily walking to their destinations. Rich, poor, old, young, men, women, boys and girls, not where they want to be, trying to get to some place that they do want to be. When they get there they’ll soon want to be somewhere else.

You’ll see a struggle on most people’s faces.

And that’s life. We’re all trying to get somewhere we’re not. It’s a struggle, which only ends on the day we die.

Samuel Whyte

A psychology enthusiast, interested in movies, painting,psychology, hiking, workout etc.

Speaks Chinese and English.

Currently lives in Shanghai, China.

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