It seems to me that the outcome of anything we do in life is the same. You probably know that song "I can't get no satisfaction" (or whatever): it seems to me that this feeling is common to everybody after achieving whatever objective they set for themselves in life. At least, that's how I feel after achieving small objectives in life -- even though people I know seemed to be happier than me when achieving similar results. But I'm making a big supposition here: that the meaning of life is, in a certain way, an objective. I wouldn't want to live a life in which I always have to run after an objective. If that's what life is about, when may I rest -- may I only live pursuing objectives endlessly? I believe psychologists or people who are concerned with those who have suicidal thoughts make big mistakes when they suppose questions related to the meaning of life in fact mean that who asks them only has an objective that seems unreachable. They may be right if most people mean so, but, it seems like a big bullshit to me. I think that living only to achieve whatsoever objectives isn't a good answer. Most kinds of therapy only seem to me to try to maintain societal cohesion by creating a certain type of behavior that most of the people think it's correct. Therefore, I don't think people care about what I'm asking, but only about how they could change my behavior to make me fit.