Have you ever wondered what is the meaning of life? What's it all about? Well, I was wondering just this when I googled it and found this anwer. Their theory is that "often people ask this question when they really want the answer to some other question."

I won't link to it directly, but if curiousity gets you from Part I to Part II and you make your way into the "So What?" section there is a small piece I enjoyed reading:

The mistakes we make in life, the cruel and thoughtless things we do, are really the foibles of children. Your errors do not weight eternally against your soul, and they are not put on your permanent record. Their only purpose is to teach you to improve.

Feeling guilty is worthless unless it compels you to correct the error that you have committed and reminds you to not make the same mistake again in the future. Those are the only purposes of guilt. Guilt is not to be used to berate yourself uselessly after you have done all you can do to compensate for your action. Remember, the people you hurt chose to experience that reality, although they are not usually aware of that fact.

Alternatively there is the Meaning of Life Depot (refresh each time for a new message.)