Right. It’s like death: If you fell off a cliff because you were climbing a mountain to get access to a case of beer, your death would be seen as having less value than someone who died climbing the same mountain to rescue a stranded hiker. That’s probably a crude analogy (and I feel that all life has meaning) but the reality is that yes, reaching the edge meaningfully is important. If we push ourselves to the limits of our potential in selfish pursuits (money, power, fame, etc.), we’ll reach the end and realize that pursing different challenges that helped change the world instead (service, progress, humanitarianism, etc.) would’ve made our life that much more meaningful.