Thinking searches for meaning. Thinking determines meaning. Thinking loves meaning. Thinking yearns to manifest the highest good.
But here's a thought - does meaning love thinking? Moreover, does the highest good yearn to manifest thinking?
The highest good is love. There is nothing higher than the act and movement of love. The act and movement of love underpins Creation, but the true value of love is not defined by Creation, which is the result and achievement of love, but rather by love itself.
The value of love is love itself - its act and movement. No rational principle, no law, no justice is higher than this value. This value ascends as it descends. It only becomes perfect when it lowers itself to the imperfect. This is the highest good. This is the highest meaning.
The act and movement of love springs from an energetic feeling of abundance, security, strength, and inner salvation - a feeling of overflowing fullness and invincibility of one's own life and existence.
This act and movement of love inspires one to love life more than the meaning of life.
Love grows in action, not in thinking.
It is through the act and movement of love that one becomes aligned with God.
Note added: The above was inspired by and largely lifted from a recent re-reading of some portions of Max Scheler's Ressentiment and Dostoevsky's The Brother's Karamazov.