>>11080011>I'm an aspie and all I need is mathematical problems to solve to fulfill my life.
Yes, some people are indeed like this. Work hard enough and you might become the next Grigori.
My philosophy to a meaningful life can't be achieved by raw intellectualism. I don't think you have direct control over your thoughts, and even less that your thoughts have direct control over you.
Knowing that, I think it is most important to listen to your body and achieve your full body potential. You do this by eating good, moving, communicating. You than want to achieve you biological duty, making a woman pregnant. Then you have to be a weight economically. I believe in localism, so I create local value, and get rewarded. The goal is to become economically viable by yourself. Once all of this is good. Yea now I can fuck around with math and puzzles, and if my genetic potential is fulfilled, aswell as my environmental needs, I think I am more likely have a good outlook on things and understand the meaning on things, which will result in being better at finding the right solution.
The end goal is absolute perfection. But not everyone is gifted enough to reach that. You need to be blessed. Not everyone can be a protagonist no.