Why do you live?
The Lord "hath made of one blood all nations of men... and hath determined the times before appointed... That they should seek the Lord" (Acts 17:26-27).
The purposelessness of life agonizingly devours the minds of many people of our times. Only a few have the courage to speak about their feelings. Most conceal and hide these feelings that are tearing apart their souls.
The Holy Bible, the revelation from the Lord to the people, states that the purpose of a man's life is to seek God. The Creator has intended a man He created to live in fellowship with Him.
Life in the fellowship with God sounds distant and impossible, also insignificant, joyless, and disgusting to a man who has become estranged from God. In turn, those who have found the fellowship with God have noticed that the fellowship with God and clear and fully confident eternal destination have brought purpose and blessing to life (Ps. 73:28).
The Bible declares that the sins of men separate the created from the Creator (Isa. 59:2). Jesus Christ, the Son of God, reconciled sins and iniquities on the cross. He opened the way to God and eternal life.
No one has to be content with remaining in purposelessness. The purposelessness will vanish away by finding the purpose of life, the Lord (Phil. 1:21).
Seek the Lord (Isa. 55:6), believe the gospel, and repent (Mark 1:15). The Lord, who exhorts a man to seek Him, surely lets a man find Him and the fellowship with Him.
You are welcome to Jesus Christ. You are also welcome to learn more about the Lord and His excellent will among others who have found Him.