In a Darwinist’s world, you might be able to find temporal happiness but not objective meaning.  The material world is indifferent to joy or pain. Good and evil are nothing more than social constructs that we’ve created, and your good may very well be your neighbor’s evil. In the end, without a transcendent being like God to provide objective meaning, we’re left creating our own. Meaning becomes a tool we use to distract ourselves from the reality of life’s cruelty, but it’s only an illusion. If you’re trying to create your own meaning to get through life, then meaning is reduced to the category of a coping mechanism. —Adriel Sanchez (from, Stop Chasing Happiness. It’s Making You Miserable)