Everything in life has a purpose.
Ironically, the part of us that wants a purpose—the mind—is the part most devoid of purpose. The mind’s only purpose is to witness and record, which it can only do when it’s relieved of the burden of “purpose.”
Evidence of life’s purpose is everywhere—in every flower that blooms and every cat that purrs. The mind has trouble recognizing that purpose could exist that is so apparently mind-less.
Recognizing there’s purpose beyond the mind brings peace of mind. Then the mind is able to get it, and become witness to the glory.