Truly spoken, and it is evident, as beagle lady pointed out, that you are leading a meaningful life. This leads me to recount an experience I had when teaching an Adult Confirmation class. One of the students, an avid admirer of Carl Sagan and his TV series, Cosmos, expressed his sadness at the report that Carl, on his deathbed, refused to "recant" his atheism and, if not accepting Christ as his savior, at least acknowledge the God of Judaism. "How can such a good and talented man be consigned to Hell for eternity?" I answered this thoughtful student by relating a scenario I made up on the spot: "After breathing his last, Carl is ushered into God's presence. He could not contain his surprise, and his first reaction was: "Well I'll be damned!" God's response: "No, Carl, you're wrong this time. Actually I am quite pleased with the effort you've taken to show your fellow humans how difficult it was for me to devise a Cosmos that could serve as a cradle for Life. And then show how long it took for that spark of Life to develop into a being that could appreciate that Life had a purpose and a meaning. So, you left Me out of the picture. That's OK. I am patient. Eventually every human will Know Me and will realize that My Image is in each and every one of you. When humans love one another as I love them, they will no longer look to the sky for the Heaven they long for".
Pretty corny, I know. But that student was kind enough to tell me it relieved his mind considerably.