@One Eyed Mind,
I miss the point; what does the picture have to do with the text?
The picture has words.
These words are wisdom.
That wisdom defines life.
In a way that is universally so.
There is a contradiction or I might interpret Nietzsche's ideas incorrectly.
If one of the nihilism faces seems to negate objectivity, and Nietzsche claims that nihilism is what our current society is about, by causes as (an example) a decline of religion, what I can perceive is the contrary, that the our current society is more "objective" than former societies of the past who were more religious.
As far as I know, religion is the tendency to look for spiritual (subjective) over material (objective).
While religion shows spirituality after death and a continued connection with the objective world, nihilism can't explain what is after the objective transition.
Can some one tell me, if the purpose is a different level where no more objective universe might be taken in consideration, what kind of "universe" is that? Who can describe it?
Because to say "there is no death" is a wonderful phrase, but when is no other relation with a physical world after dead, then what is the meaning? What is the purpose? Where is the meat?