What is the aim of life?
The aim of life is to get the most happiness out of it. To so learn to live that every coming day will be looked for in the assurance that it will be as full, and even fuller, of pleasure than the day we now live in.
To banish even the recollection that time can hang heavily on our hands; to be thankful that we live; to rise superior to sickness or pain; to command the body, through the power of the spirit, so that it can feel no pain.
To control and command the thought so that It shall ever increase in power to work and act separate, apart, and afar from our body, so that it shall bring us all that we need of house or land or food or clothes, and that without robbing or doing injustice to anyone.
To gain in power so that the spirit shall ever recuperate, reinvigorate and rejuvenate the body so long as we desire to use it, so that no part or organ shall weaken, wither, or decay.