Positivity is a trait that is virtually absent in the world today, not unless it is supported by data. The last time I read a happy news was when economists rejoiced that the market of Britain is evolving effectively, way past their expectations. You see, positivity is inclined with the fulfilment of expectations supported by raw data.
Taking the last sentence to heart, we have many expectations fulfilled daily on a small scale. The ability to type on a computer is one, and the existence and invention of the computer itself, is one. We forget to see the small achievements that allow us to complain daily about our work, our life and our purpose in life.
If we take time to appreciate the smaller things, such as breathing, blinking our eyes, writing, the capability to make a choice, the strength to make a living, the capability of emotions and getting involved in societal drama, and even being angry and furious about politics, we realise that we can do this because we are given life. Life is a privilege
Experience is everything there is to the purpose of life. We experience genuine happiness, anger, sadness, madness, emptiness. Almost everything in here is the meaning of our life. We are the authors of our own books, and our purpose is to tell a story to people, and to ourselves.