I suppose it could be argued that I have no evidence to claim this statement as fact, but really, do I need any? It'd make more sense to argue where the evidence is showing that we do have purpose. In my mind, the fact that there is no evidence of purpose is evidence enough that there isn't any. But, people will believe what they wanna believe. This is just my own opinion. Anyway... I think it's silly how people are convinced that our lives have some specific purpose. Sure, I understand the feeling of wanting purpose, but I also understand reality, and the reality is that we have no purpose. What gets me the most is how self-centered we are about it. Do you ever hear people say that animals have a purpose? How about plants? Bacteria? No, you don't. We humans are the only living thing special enough to have purpose, apparently. Surely because we happen to have minds capable enough to contemplate the idea of so-called "purpose", we must have it, right? Wrong. And that's the problem: our minds. They're too evolved, which makes us too aware. We think too much, wonder too much, ponder too much, which leads to us thinking about what purpose we have. Because we just can't bare the thought that we have no purpose. No, not us! We're too special to not have a purpose! When really, we're nothing more than pointless specs in a pointless universe. There's nothing special about us. We're born, we live, we die. The end.