1. A condition or situation in which something is required or wanted: crops in need of water; a need for affection.
2. Something required or wanted; a requisite: "Those of us who led the charge for these women's issues ... shared a common vision in the needs of women" (Olympia Snowe).
3. Necessity; obligation: There is no need for you to go.
4. A condition of poverty or misfortune: The family is in dire need.
need: Definition, Synonyms from Answers.com
The personal preference is the result of your use of reason and logic. Moreover, it is a fact that you prefer your conception of "meaningful" over others. Even further, even if it was just reason and logic without preference as you contend, you've admitted above that your idea of "meaningful" is subjective and not objective as you originally argued. Since that was the point of contention that got us here, you've inadvertently submitted. While I would appreciate a more explicit "I was wrong and you were right," I'll take this.That one is totally inaccurate. How one subjectively defines what is "Meaningful" can be based on reason and logic, rather than just personal preference.
Oh and please answer #2. Accurate or inaccurate?