If one puts aside the existence of God and the survival after life as too doubtful…one has to make up one’s mind as to the use of life.  If death ends all, if I have neither to hope for good nor to fear evil, I must ask myself what I am here for and how, in these circumstances, I must conduct myself.  Now, the answer is plain but so unpalatable that most will not face it.  There is no meaning for life and, [thus], life has no meaning. – W. Somerset Maugham (1874-1965)

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