Instead of asking the meaning of life or why we are here, I believe there is a better question. Why do humans posses the unique ability of reason? That is the difference between other animals and ourselves. Instinct is perfection. Animals don't deviate from their cradle to grave path; they are programmed for one allotted goal and they respond in instinctual manner to the stimulus that encompasses existence. There is no void, no reason, no questions. There just is. This a lone seems to bring about a symbiotic harmony of cycles that is nature. Humans deviate from instinct through reason. Reason was like the metaphorical eye opening of existence on earth. It no longer is. Why is it? Reason is the destruction of nature. We no longer fit into the harmony of nature; we step outside of nature and fuck it until we are satisfied, the metaphorical ejaculation onto mother nature's face. I feel as if we interrupted the ebb and flow of life on Earth. We stepped in and stopped the natural cycles and often tried to manipulate them. In a selfish sense, reason is great. Humans thrived and advanced at an unnerving rate in comparison with other animals, but it was at the expense of nature. Whether or not this is good or bad is up to you. I'm not saying humans caused the destruction of the earth. But maybe we were sent here for that reason. Why not? Maybe the universe is our playground, and like many monotheists like to believe, we are it. We are the holy grail of existence; fuck evolution. I hope not. Or else god would be pretty mundane. I have no opinion. No reason on the subject of reason. What do you think?