If you asked someone the meaning of life, they would probably talk most about love and connection. There is much truth to this. The ability to experience love and connection, and give it in return, is essential to a life well-lived.
Other experiences that make life meaningful include engaging in satisfying work, connecting with a higher power, and giving to others.
Wellness makes all these things possible. In fact, our ability to live a life of meaning flows from our state of wellness.
Our state of wellness can quite aptly be compared to a well. If the well runs dry, you will go thirsty. All your attention will be focused on your next drink of water, and you will have little time or energy to spare on the activities that make life meaningful.
However, if you tend to your well, meaning the 8 areas of wellness, you will be filled with abundance. This abundance will enable you to move beyond just the concern for your survival and open the path to worthwhile pursuits that satisfy your search for meaning.