I'd like to reply to you Yuan, though we're getting off the subject. God is omnipresent, equally in you as in a murderer or a flower. You got the gift of life, and the freedom to take it away should you not like it. I cannot speak for what God "wants" as I've no idea. I do know there are many levels of being beyond our comprehension, and that God is, in essence, infinity and nothingness bound in one. There is no need to worship it. But as you come to know yourself, you'll come to know God. The spark that gives you consciousness and will, that is the spark of God. And this spark is no less part of God than anything else in Creation. The veil is there for human beings to learn. If there were no veil, humanity would not be able to create of itself something original and unique. It would not be able to know itself if it didn't make countless mistakes and countless improvements of its own understanding. This process is not eternal, it will end once humanity as a whole evolves. But there is an infinity of processes, and as one ends another begins. Much like life itself. All you need to do is keep your mind open and attempt to understand without reason or logic interfering. Reason and logic are very useful, but with them alone, one will never be able to comprehend the entirety of existence. Because existence is not rational. The universe being created from nothingness? That is not rational. And that's science. God isn't there to tell you what to do. You're here to tell yourself what to do. Life would be pretty boring if you lived by the rules completely, of law or religion. It's simply, that being aware of God inside you (not saying you are God), is immensely helpful, and gives one strength to cope with life, that wasn't there before. Belief in God is not necessary for human existence. It is not necessary for an intellectual or moral or technological improvement, but it is if we want to comprehend the essence of both who we and the Cosmos are. That's just my opinion though.