Why something? Why not anything?
All our life, we have been bugged by the strange questions that face us, and have tried to find answers to them from the day we begin to make sense of what we see. Overall so far, disconcertion seems to be an instinct on a personal level. The universe is full of strange sounding ideas and unremarkable truths. Mankind's lust for knowledge never winds up with certainty.
Who created the universe? The scriptural teaching on the origin of the universe is found in the fatal bible.
God: The Fatal delusion.
Where did we and the universe come from? Where are we and the universe going?
What makes us and the universe exists? These are the queries that deal with mysterious God, but mysterious God is no more. Mysterious God is dead. Science God buried him under the laws of physics. Because there is a law such as spontaneous creation, it costs nothing to create a universe.
For thousands of centuries, advanced breed of talking monkeys survived just like the inhumanly cruel beasts in jungles. Immediately something called curiosity ensued which triggered the breath of our perception. We became conscious of our existence, able to find a new way to think of ourselves, started to wonder what makes us exist the way we are. If, like me, you have wondered looking at the star, and tried to make sense of what makes it shine the way it is. Did it shine forever or was there a limit beyond which it cannot or may not shine? And, where did the matter that created it all come from?
In other words, which cause makes the matter exist? And, what makes that cause exist. Or maybe, the matter, or the cause that does it exist, existed eternally, and didn't have a beginning. Up until recently, we have tended to shy away from such questions, thinking that finding answers for them is more complex than simply turn our mind blank and say mysterious God is the cause there is something living rather than nothing.
Everything that begins to exist must have a creator; If the universe began to exist, then
The universe must have a creator.
But if the universe prevails in the boundary of understanding in that it neither started nor does it end: it would plainly be. What place, then for a mysterious creator?