I encourage you to read the story of creation in the book of Genesis (first book of the Bible). Read chapter one in its entirety with special attention given to verses 27 and 28. Then turn to St. Paul's Letter to the Ephesians and read chapter five in its entirety with special attention given to verses 31, 32, and 33 in connection with what you read in Genesis.
Chapter five in St. Paul's Letter to the Ephesians emphasizes the need for us to "live as children of light." In verse 17 he says, "Therefore, do not continue in ignorance..." We each have a responsibility to know what the Church teaches and then do our best to model our behavior based upon these teachings. The teachings of the Church are not created in a vacuum. They come to us from the Sacred Scriptures and the magisterial teaching authority of the Church. They are provided for our sanctification.
We have one mission in life--to be holy and blameless in the Lord's sight.
(See Ephesians chapter 1 verse 4)
"What good is it to gain the whole world and lose your own soul?"
(See Mark 8:36.)
(See Matthew 16:26)
(See Luke 9:25)
God blesses us with each new day as an opportunity to grow in holiness. We are called to be saints. Let us honor that calling by being faithful to Christ in all that we think, say, and do.