[quote="VeritasLuxMea, post:11, topic:281557"]
I think we're talking about subjective meaning here. The evidence we have is that you did write it. Therefore, to you, it was worth writing.
So life would be worth living without God if A) there was no God and B) people continued to live.
It does not follow that "life is worth living" simply because people continue to live without God. Sometimes, people just continue to live out of intertia- because there is no plausible alternative- or the alternative is to messy, painful and socially unacceptable (and, indeed, sinful). I mean- think of battery chickens in tiny cages- life isn't worth living for them- but they don't commit mass suicide. Often, life just goes on when the love of life has long since fled.
The soul is then like a caged bird in the body, longing to be free- to go to the Heaven of inaccessible light- or even the Heaven of non-existence. It cannot open the door of the cage itself- it waits for the finger of God.