Basically what I'm trying to say is, i don't BELIEVE in this other "thing" which I cannot describe, but have a hunch/instinct/hypothesis something else big in importance is out there.
Anyways, I just feel like humankind takes far too selfcentered of an attitude towards everything. As if they do not realize that our life may just as well be a fraction of the absolute reality. Yet no one can pull themselves away to see the pure beauty of the fact that there is an existence. This doesn't have anything to do with God except the way people view the world. Theists see God at the center. Remove God, and what becomes the center? Known reality, or individual consciousness? Is there no center? What is the nature of existence? Looking at life out-of-body one might realize how absolutely incredible it is that anything exists at all, let alone that a part of existence can realize said existence.
Since God does not explain existence at all, what does? And even if there is no answer, what can be said about the nature of existence versus non-existence?