well, obviously there is no inherent point to life common to each and everyone of us, nor do i think it necessarily has to be something static. i rather believe it to be able to shift over time, perhaps be lost and found again and, alas, never to be found for some.
but having that said, yes, i do think there are plenty of points to being alive, uncountable in their amount even and countless sources to choose from, too. of course the reason for your existence is seated beyond yourself, you’re a product of coincidence or plain evolution, perhaps fortune or destiny as some may refer to it - i do not. regardless, one comes to this world without having asked for it and now it is up to them to fill that void of reason and purpose and overall lack of answers to a greater meaning to their existence. it is entirely up to you where to search for that, may it be religion, spirituality, philosophy, science, (…) or whether to deny it.
of course i wonder about your question often enough for myself, but i made it my personal choice not to worry about it. chances are very high i will never have a satisfying answer to it, but reality is that i am alive and i am trying to take in as much of it as possible.
every sane human being would agree with me on saying that there damn well was a point in martin luther king being alive, or che guevara, or shakespeare, or goethe, and it is up to you to add whoever to it, which is not to say the lives of those, who the majority of humanity has never heard of, were pointless - they most likely had an impact on someone and were very meaningful to some …
what i am trying to bring across is: yes, every life has a point to it, no matter its content and regardless of the life choices, when contemplated in the larger scale of things.