That kind of ultimate aim of flowing with life with all its ups and downs and forever living in the ignorance from birth to birth (or in every round of existence) as dictated by the causal laws (or by the mechanism of karma) and never seeking a way out of the web of the unregenerate states and never seeking for a remedy to transform the same is for ordinary souls who know nothing better.<quoted text>
I think a better goal would be to enjoy life to its fullest, with all its imperfections, its highs and lows. The path of the crash and burn. That seems more natural than pursuing a mythical automaton nirvana.
For me, attaining to that ultimate state that's above G-d, patriarch, messiah, prophet, avatar, nirvana or whatever is the cherished aim that just a handful of the most advanced yogis in the whole of human history like Kapila, Patanjali and a few others have accomplished.
This highest state is called in yogic parlance jeevan mukti - attaining to perfection while in the body.
In anything I do, I always aim for the highest, or at least I keep the highest as the ultimate goal and as such my moves are dictated by that aspiration.