Once you ask “what is the meaning of life?”, doors open. It’s easy to see that different people find different meanings, and that you have to do the legwork of trying different ones out, or even crafting meanings of your own based on what you learn from others and your own experience with what has meaning for you.
Why are you here? What’s life really about? To get paychecks and pay bills? Why study 15 years of our lives, work 80,000 hours, and then reproduce so the next generation can do It all over again if we don’t even know why we’re doing It? There’s got to be a greater purpose, right?
How can we achieve happiness? If you know you're about to die what would you do? What is the meaning of life? These are some of the 21 questions that this project is going to ask you. There are no right or wrong answers. There are only your answers.
NINETY ANSWERS will collect portraits and answers of 30 people, from different cultures, from all walks of life and therefore from totally different lives.