A common philosophical question is, "Why do we exist?" Given these two insights, we can now answer the question definitively: There is no "reason" for our existence.
“No reason is the same as “just because”…so we are to believe that because I think, I exist, the answer to my question as to why I exist is simply no reason? Really it is not enough for some of us to blindly walk through life and not understand why I exist except that there is no reason for it. It simply would be the same to accept that a particular button is installed in my car and if I ask the reason its there, and the response is, there simply is no reason for its existence, I would wonder why its there to be begin with? Makes no sense. If this “no reason” is true for other things in life, then these things just exist for no reason and they are just here.”
The fact is that we do exist. Through an evolutionary process, nature has created rational creatures called human beings.
"Now nature has been substituted for God? The statement above implies by stating “nature has created” that somehow whether by intelligence on the part of nature, by blind chance or chemical mixing or amoeba combining etc., life as we see it came about. This really is the same as leaving God in the sentence in place of nature. As an engineer myself I have never observed nature assemble an electronic device. Ok I did not observe it for billions of years of supposed evolution, but I somehow suspect that “nature” still will not make a computer in the next billion years.
In the end we all have to admit we really do not know whether a creator exists called God nor do we understand how “nature” somehow came to be, exists and created all we see. And since from the other statement that there is “no reason” for our existence, why did nature create us? For no reason?
This whole existence really still makes no sense and leaves one completely empty because we have to admit we simply do not understand or know why we exist for any reason except that we do for no reason really known to us.
Personally, I feel a creator that exists somewhere in the form of energy is responsible for our existence. Why? Simply because it just makes more sense to me to have a responsible creator than simply nature that is not intelligent. How all this works I do not know, just my point as your point from your internet book pointed out, no reason for our existence was your stance on it all. I also feel that we have to look beyond the Bible to understand it all if we can. However, admitting that we just don’t understand it at all is no shame. Yes, we want answers and so the speculation will continue.
Until we could ever find out the end of space and what is really out there, and maybe find answers this way, really we have no way of knowing at all. There just seems so much we do not understand even about space and why it exists itself, to fully rule out any other possibilities for why life exists.
One thing we know for sure it that the universe itself does not care that we exist. For if it did I am sure we would feel connected to it and somehow would be in communication with it somehow.”