I drift about like a raft in the ocean, pretending I have any control over whether the waves are bringing me closer to that one simple goal in life: adding what little I can to make Earth the happiest planet in this solar system (integrated over time in subjective expectation), through whatever means achieve this - recycling (exciting!), spending a Saturday night in an office (exciting!), solving problems (excciting! .. wait, it is), making myself cry smiling by watching Louis CK (I'm also part of the world), making other creatures smile (I guess), or perhaps taking the last piece of pie (as a noble act to save the next person from the trouble of having to decide whether to eat it or not ofc; happiness is tricky).
Needless or not to say, I'm some geeky scientist-gone-philosopher-gone-humanitarian-gone-clueless, enjoying figuring out my own answers (then realizing a year later that conventional wisdom had good reasons all along); analyzing emotions&values and developing them for consistency (cognitive dissonance is amazing); tackling unsolved practical and theoretical problems (dopamine is a rush); demonstrating for some matter or another (meaningful and social hobbies seem the most fulfilling); making fishing nets but not for fishing (not really a riddle); thinking about how I might raise kids as superhumans (aptly nameed Test Subject 1 and Testie 2); getting lost in woods; getting lost without identity; and writing computer programs to generate music, stories, and in the end, simulate the entire world so that I can be god! Yes, god! A very sneaky god that occasionally hurts people just so that they won't take things for granted and stop appreciating life (apparently being a god is a lot like raising kids, but the latter seem to involve a lot more effort).