Adam From Darwin
The question has been around since the beginning of analytical thought, but has become ever more perplexing since the arrival of humans, to philosophers across the galaxy...
Deathworlders, in Comparison to Heavenworlders, are Incredibly short lived. and Humans, even excepting acts of self sacrifice, attempts at Darwin awards, and general mishappenings, a regular human has an expected lifespan of 90 too 110 standard units in optimal conditions. compared to the Hundreds that most heavenworlders live, (or as many humans put it, merely survive), humans are often compared to lightening; extremely bright, absolutely beautiful, comparatively devastating and tragically (or mercifully depending on your view) brief.
...and so is asked,
"What constitutes a full and well lived life?"