Disclaimer: This is to talk about one's own beliefs and to compare/contrast with those that come before you. It's an exercise in fun and discussion - NOT a place to bring one's prejudices about anything and everything. Weird thoughts tend to come when making sandwiches - I had one such this morning, but it's a 'belief', I suppose, that I've been having for a while. Obviously, it's a bit of an odd one. I'm an agnostic, for the most part through apathy, coupling this with the will to ask one-to-many questions, my belief system (if you want to call it that) is probably quite at odds with 'most people's'. So, onto meaning, or rather, the lack thereof? It's my personal opinion that there is more majesty to existance if it were random happenstance - an occurence of this and that being 'just right' for the building blocks of life to click and for everything to tumble down into what we have here, today. I suppose also this means I don't believe in their being an over arching meaning of-and-to life - I have no problems with this, in fact, I prefer it. The idea that everything does and should have purpose and meaning is, to me, a rather depressing one; it implies a lack of freedom and the possibility of not being able to achieve that goal? all the more damaging for it is the reason of your existance! I wouldn't call myself a Nihilist - there is a 'truth' to our selves, but I don't believe it to something external and all encompassing - more that it's something that we define by ourselves for ourselves; a meaning and a purpose that comes from within. Well, what's your opinion? Do you agree or disagree with my fallible assessment of the Everything? What do you think is going on - or not.