Life Is A Wide Scale Experiment
If life was a chemical reaction with the end product success, then after several experiments, tons of reagents and catalysts, one is bound to reach the end goal. The end could be failure or success depending on the reagents, catalysts and whatnot.
According to this reasoning, life should have a perfect formula that leads to success — ideal conditions, correct catalysts and reagents. I guess my life was bound to fail then. I never had the best conditions. I chose the wrong path.
So what? Is that the only path to success?
There are tons of solutions or formulas to reach the end goal. If life’s purpose was to achieve success, then is life only a means to an end? A perfect experiment that should result in success?
Well, I choose otherwise. Others’ end goals may be a success. Mine is the end product — happiness. I will strive hard for temporary effervescence in the experiment, whether I acquire that at the end or in the process of experimenting. It doesn’t matter if it ends up failing. I won’t fail.