Every thing is at least three things: itself, part of something else, and part of everything else.
An informal but nevertheless accurate indicator of the health of a corporation's 'culture' and the morale of its employees is the amount of dried sperm on the doors and walls of the men's toilet cubicles.
the end of reasons
There's no reason why there must be a reason for everything. There are reasons for lots of things, but not all things. We exist because there is at least one universe in which we can exist. Why is this so? No reason. And certainly no need for an Anthropic Principle, weak or strong.
how the mighty have fallen
It takes just one small shy instance to poison a mighty generality.
In the war between life and non-life, all beings that are alive are allies. In the war between being and non-being, all things that exist are allies. Absence of life is not the only variety of death. Non-existence is another.