People seem to find some sort of "meaning" in Nietzsche. My question is, more specifically, can someone's "will to power" make their life meaningful, according to him? Does Nietzsche address anywhere what a "meaningful life" is?
Further to Conifold's excellent Nietsche quote:
"It is a measure of the degree of strength of will to what extent one can do without meaning in things, to what extent one can endure to live in a meaningless world because one organizes a small portion of it oneself" (The Will to Power)
It is in organising that small portion of the world, by power of will - both unconscious and deliberate - that meaning is created.