”Life has no meaning.” That is a great leap for a layman to define the whole in four words. What is life anyways and what is the meaning of it? How do you identify when something has no meaning? Well that needs some scientific explanation. But that is irrelevant to this article. I speak in terms of experience, only in terms of the limited understanding that we all acquire, but probably won’t use anyways. My empirical engagement in life suggests that we make meaning in life as we move through. Our decisions, our actions and our interactions make the smaller images that we individually want to see in the world possibly without a grand comprehension of the big image. So, how do we make meaning in life in the world that has no meaning. 1-We live to experience and through the experience. What is life for you? List the things…