Reasons that Supreme God is a reality
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More and more people are asking if God exists or not. But the question may be as old as creation itself. A believer like me would only say that even if Man is surrounded by not one but a thousand reasons that prove the existence of God, Man in his arrogance wants to think he is the creator and doer of everything.
So, for the sake of argument, just as whatever begins to exist has to have a cause, if the Universe began to exist because of Big Bang, there was a cause for it. The cause, whatever one may perceive it to be, has to be older than the Universe, and therefore, timeless or beyond time. Because it also created space, it must transcend space as well and therefore be an immaterial, not physical, being.
It amazes me that God has surrounded us with so much of evidence about him and has kept the question of his existence squarely before us, yet we refuse to acknowledge Him. In Advaita Vedanta school of Hinduism, reality is seen as a single, quality less, changeless Brahman. Ishvar is omniscient, omnipotent, and benevolent. In Vaishnavism, Vishnu is equated to absolute God.
God does not exist, life is ultimately meaningless. If your life is doomed to end in death, then ultimately it does not matter how you live. In the end, it makes no ultimate difference whether you existed or not. Sure, your life might have a relative significance in that you influenced others or affected the course of history. But ultimately, mankind is doomed to perish in the heat death of the universe. Ultimately, it makes no difference who you are or what you do. Your life is inconsequential.