I agree with Lausten, it’s all the other stuff, you wrap that insight into, that I believe gets you into your dead end.
How can’t you consider that an answer?
What is it you want to know, what god is thinking?
When it comes to how we deal with, what we know - it seems dang relevant.
That’s the God’s Eye View.
If you enjoy nihilism, guess it makes sense.
But I enjoy having people in my life, even if they can be a pain sometimes; and I have hours in a day filled with chores & activities that help bring satisfaction, job well done and all that; and I have desires that I strive towards.
Life is dynamic and has plenty of meaning to me, which is important to all sorts of people within my larger family groups (that gets complicated, trust me), even if I occasionally think I’m worthless, I still matter to them, so I’d better matter to myself. Of course, none of that matters to the rich or the starving people scattered all over the world - that’s were a healthy respect for relatively is helpful.
Of course, I also discovered something about me, that I suspect is true for many - realizing it feels good to be needed, and to care about others and to help others. I have the feeling that has a genetic/evolutionary aspects to it, meaning it’s not just my imagination, there are also physical aspects to it.
But your “irrelevance” is relative.
Reminds of getting tired of a kid’s questions and defaulting to “because”.
Says everything, says nothing.
Who’s the they? I certainly didn’t. I keep encouraging you to give a real scientist a try:
I don’t agree with all his interpretation, but the man certainly knows his physiology and that’s worth taken into your little mental bank account, to process as you see fit.
I mean you keep complaining about these quacks you’re told to read, well stop reading them (you know garbage in garbage out, and all that) and start digging your intellectual teeth into something with some heft.