Meaning is the heart of the matter. What governs what something means to us? What is in charge of meaning? Who says so? Who knows so? If our life is meaningless, where does the blame for that lie? What is the most meaningful thing you could do in the next fifteen minutes? In what remains of the day? The week? The month? The year? The remainder of our life? A meaningless life is the sum total of all the meaningless moments that comprise a life. How many meaningful moments comprise your day? Your week? Your month? Your year? If you allowed meaning to direct your life, now differently would you live? If you lived in light of the meaning quotient of each moment, each choice, each act, to direct your living, how differently would you live? Sit with the matter of meaning in the stillness, and silence, and emptiness (Empty of all thoughts/fear/anger/dread/etc.), and see what stirs to life, and where it goes, where it leads... And allow meaning to guide you through what remains of the life left for living. Do. Not. Live. Meaninglessly! At the end of each day, sit with the question, "Where was the meaning found today?" Live to increase your association with meaning over time.