In my quest to attain sheer rationality and objectivity I had to overcome my own biases, prejudices and subjectivity. In doing so, I concluded that there is no rational basis for choosing life over death.

 

Why then, should one, when facing the meaninglessness of life, not commit suicide?

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When life becomes meaningless, suicide is not really the way to solve that problem. Finding meaning, however, is. Not from religion, but from reality. Because there always is something to live for, whether to see the awesomeness of future technology, or see whether what was described in the film Idiocracy becomes reality. (That's what's kept me from ending it all.) There is always something you want to do that you can't whilst dead.

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