I am not here to give argument about the existence of god, but rather show people a universal way to believe in something greater then themselves.
I read that as a contradictory statement:
If we believe in something greater than ourselves, are you not saying that
1. there is a god and that,
2. as god (at least for you) is established, and that
3. normal people believe in established things,
4. then we should believe in the god that you describe and believe in?
an argument for a god.
If you make this statement, you have not read the solid argument above that a universe that is 'god' cannot be differentiated from one that has no god.
You also make a statement about "all the universe being connected" or some such: this is trivial, i.e. it is so blindingly obvious that you need not state it.
It is the same as saying, if you drop a brick, it falls to the ground.
It is believed that in the beginning there was the Big Bang - all the material of the universe then came into existence. We are part of the matter of the universe therefore we are made of some of those atoms. I fail to see what a god has to do with this.