Wittgenstein wrote something like
'life does not have meaning. If it did have any meaning, it would be meaningless. Meaning is transcendent. God does not explain himself in the world'
'it is obvious that after every possible question of natural science has been answered, the problems of life will remain'
Why look for meaning in life, as if it were a book or a novel? Why look for a answer, as if it were a question? Life is so much more than any of these things.
If you ask simplistic questions, you get simplistic answers (does it have a reason? Well, no, not exactly). Life is to complex. So, what is your question?
The only analogy I ever found useful for life was that of the artist. If he worries about what the point of his work if before he puts brush to paper, or lets someone else tell him what to paint, he's a very poor artist. Art creates value, just as we have have to try to create value in our lives, as no one from the big outside is evaluating them for us. As to what value is...
You must have had a very expansive English class if they included an Austrian famous for his unreadable German books in the syllabus.
Not interested Z. Reply to the original post, or go foam at the keyboard in some other thread
I does thinks we be looking answer to that question in life. You does lives next 40 years and then comes up with ANSWER to that. It does be question you does has to answers yourself. I did FOUNDED answer already.
Everyone does has meaning to life. Keeps looking.