In the movie Matrix Revolutions, Smith has an interesting monologue (delivered excellently by Hugo Weaving). I thought it very thought provoking and would like everyone's thoughts on it. Now, if you ask me, Neo is giving a pretty stupid answer. But it sounds like that's the only reason he has. I saw another thread where folks like Skyanide were talking about the purpose of human life. Many of them said that there was none. So if you don't mind me quoting Linus from Peanuts, "500 years from now, who'll know the difference?". If there is no real point, and if we dont' mean anything, why not just try to enjoy life the best you can and then when life get's hard and you don't forsee any future pleasures for you or your friends, just commit suicide? I'm not trying to convice anyone here to commit that hidious crime, but I am just asking if you can see the logic behind it.