“Purpose” Is Not the Same Thing as “the Reason”
Why do we get up and go to work?
It’s a question I’m sure we’ve all asked ourselves. The obvious answer is that we exist in an economic system that requires work in exchange for money and money in exchange for the necessities of life. However, the reason we work becomes harder to pin down when we frame it in the context of “a life worth living.” The logistical becomes existential.