This is not an easy question to answer, as Leo Tolstoy said, when he began thinking about it: "The Question brought me to the edge of the abyss."
To make the question a little less vague, and allow for more room of thought, we will Ask it in a way that it was asked to Mr. Tolstoy: " What will come of what I do today and tomorrow? What will come of my entire life? Or expressed differently...why should I live? Why should I wish for anything or do anything? Or to put it another way: Is there any meaning in my life that will not be destroyed by my inevitably approaching death?"
Now remember: This is for YOU, and YOU ALONE!!!
As always, have a beautiful day!! XOXO Elicia
P.S. Don't over think it. Sometimes, to get the answer, you just need to close your eyes, think of what makes you truly happy...and you can find your answer. I don't want to spoil your experience by giving my answer...but know this: I do know my purpose, and even though it may not go on longer than my life...to me it is worth it. (The picture might give you a hint) *Smiles* *Hugs* and *Kisses*