There are four areas which draw us into the depths of this question.
Is there a basis for these categories of meaning if the universe originated by chance? In an impersonal universe, meaning reduces to chemical-physical interactions. Freewill, responsibility, values and morals lack a basis in an impersonal world. This uncertain basis for meaning contributes to a polarization of meaning found in every corner of life.
The Biblical Basis of Meaning
Biblical meaning finds its roots in the character of God. Furthermore, a single moral standard in the beginning preserved meaning in life. After humanity's fall from perfection, meaning became polarized to the oppressive right and rebellious left. Much later, God gave His law which reestablished spiritual priority and social stability on all levels.
Is my life meaningful? In God's world, most definitely. We are free to choose and responsible for our choices. As individuals, we are valuable and morally responsible. God is the ultimate source of freewill, responsibility, values and morals. This foundation for meaning forms a practical framework for decision making.