<< Second: if this reality is all part of a completely thought out plan, then the malevolent nature of the mind that came up this is jaw droppingly frightening.
... As I see it hell must have a far more interesting group of people. >>
Maybe, just maybe, God created a perfect system and the malevolence you see and complain about comes from your own mind.
Just because you don't want something to exist, that doesn't mean it doesn't exist. You deny the power of creation but you claim to have the power of destruction - by wishing away what you can't accept.
"If I'm wrong" - you say - so you are still buying into the hypothesis.
It's not a matter of guessing correctly based on logic. As you see, logic leads nowhere. Neither does belief.
Just think of the most miserable depressed tortured lost hopeless and insane people you know on this earth. Are they "interesting"?
So would you believe hell in hell is better than hell on earth?
>Just because you don't want something to exist, that doesn't >mean it doesn't exist.
There's no "want" in the position I espouse...as I've said, I could be wrong, but I'm much more comfortable in a position that does not rely upon the mystical to explain existence.
And of course the converse of your collary is equally valid; just because you want something to exist, doesn't mean it does.