You didn't choose to be born. You just suddenly experienced being here. You must have wondered why.
Your existence is in alignment with the sole purpose of being. Every lifeform is a divine sparkle engaged in a cosmic orgasmic dance with everything always co-celebrating existence in their own way. Not separated from each other, other than in appearances and the assumed gap in between us. To exist is just meaningless when you feel separated from everything.
Most of our existential questions are being asked from a poorly chosen point of view. Many questions would not have such bad and negative answers if the world we live in were the paradise it was suppose to be.
Much of the problems and unbalances of the world are man made. Many of the rules which we live by are unjust and are only set up to protect the ones that have made them. So much of our thoughts are not really our own, but rather inherited concepts we've accepted not even questioning what they mean. Just like a child exepting a parents guidance because it doesn't yet know how it should question them.
The problem lies in your ineptitude to question your existence. To question means to ask the really hard questions: Not, who is God? Or Is there a heaven and how should I live to get there? Those are just silly questions that only gives you a false sence of meaning as long as your mind can accept the answers. When your experiences in the world just doesn't match the stupid answers then your fear and bewilderment starts to rise - and it all starts again.
The hard questions you should ask are: Who are YOU? Where does your thoughtpatterns come from.
Why do you not question the world? Look around you: Why do everyone just do what they do?
Ask yourself: Who are you? and start to rip up the weave.