Our planet is so well placed vis a vis the sun. A few feet away from the sun (compared to where we are now) , and we all freeze to death. A few feet near the sun and we all burn.
That may be a bad example, since earth is 5,000,000 km closer to the Sun every December than it is in July. And that's just this century, with our current low orbital eccentricity. We get even more extreme when the eccentricity is higher.
But you, with nothing but bald assertion, are telling us life is an Ultimate Goal.
I say it ain't. Particularly, as someone has pointed out, in light of the indisputable fact that over 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% of the universe, by either volume or by mass, is totally inimical to life. We're an accident. Get used to it.
"The wretched world lies now under the tyranny of foolishness; things are believed by Christians of such absurdity as no one ever could aforetime induce the heathen to believe." - Agobard of Lyons, ca. 830 AD