Humanistic. . .
A life lived without purpose or value, the kind in which one doesn’t know the reason why one awakens, is joyless and lackluster.
To just live, eat and die without any real sense of purpose represents a life pervaded by the world of survival more than actually growing. On the other hand, to do, create or contribute something that benefits others, society and ourselves and to dedicate ourselves as long as we live up to that challenge – that is a life of true satisfaction, a life of value. It is a humanistic and rewarding way to live.
Peace and Love, Jim