The concept of fate and the existence of the universe have been subjects of human contemplation and inquiry for centuries. The law of conservation of energy underscores the fundamental principle that energy remains constant in the universe, undergoing transformation from one form to another. This principle seems to suggest that the universe itself is governed by certain laws and patterns, and this notion has led to speculations about the ultimate beginning and end of the cosmos.

In contemplating the origins of the universe, the concept of “nothing” presents a paradox. While in the realm of Nihility, where existence seemingly emerges from nothingness, our universe operates differently. Here, the absence of true “nothingness” implies that everything that exists must have a foundation rooted in laws and reasons. This intricate web of interconnecting causes and effects forms the fabric of our reality, challenging us to explore the underlying order that governs the universe’s existence.

The idea of a higher power, an Administrator or Creator, has long been a source of philosophical and theological discourse. Many individuals turn to the notion of God to explain the intricacies of existence, the creation of the universe, and the potential culmination of all things. This divine figure, often believed to be the ultimate source of wisdom and authority, is seen as the architect of reality, responsible for both its inception and its eventual conclusion.

Across various belief systems and faiths, God is often described as an entity beyond mortal constraints, unaffected by the concept of death that governs human existence. This portrayal of an eternal and all-powerful being offers solace and meaning to those who seek guidance and purpose in the face of life’s challenges and uncertainties. While differing interpretations of God’s nature and attributes exist, the common thread remains the veneration of a supreme force that orchestrates the grand symphony of existence.

Personal experiences and reflections on adversity can lead individuals to grapple with the perception of divine presence or absence. At times, the trials and tribulations faced by an individual might lead them to question their relationship with the divine, as I did when I believed that God might despise I due to the difficulties I encountered. However, upon observing the vast scope of human suffering and perseverance, one gains a broader perspective. Comparing personal struggles to the collective challenges endured by humanity highlights the relative nature of adversity and reminds us of the resilience displayed by individuals worldwide.