So ironic. It is you who is not responding to my points, not the reverse. I never said that one could not consider experience in alternative terms; though if a human can consider from a certain perspective, it is patently false, to my mind, to call that viewpoint "non- human." My points had been two. First: that you say, at various times, my meanings were not clear; nevertheless, you answered me with this, so-called, non human perspective, without explaining, at the time, that this was what you were doing. This makes yourself, the worse offender, on that score. So, those in glass houses... My second point had been that, even from your later explained perspective, there is no denying that our particular universe, if it is the lucky lottery winner, out of countless other "failures (from the human perspective)," then it is, judged objectively, still extremely " special." IOW, I disagree with your thinking that any given result is unremarkable, in & of itself, within a system in which all possibilities play themselves out. Our own "possibility's" occurrence, would still be an incredible rarity, amongst all the others. How could you not recognize that, and instead, treat it as something mundane? I will come back to this, since it is worth discussing, but let me just dispense with this other of your replies, which erroneously purports to be an answer to one of my above described points. No point missed, on my part. But I do, now, have a clearer understanding of your own beliefs. To some, it might seem that you are elevating, "Randomity (sic)," to the place of Divine "Spirit." Really, however, the "God," of your belief system, is this Sacred Dynamic, in which all possibilities find manifestations. It reminds me of the assertion put forth by Stephen Hawking-- without any explanation as to HOW this happens (or why)-- at the close of his short series, How to Think Like a Genius, that every decision results in a new universe, continuing from that point, but with some alternate decision being chosen. The irony, in this case, was that Hawking had begun the episode, mocking those in the past who used to believe in the unexplained phenomena of, "magic." Yet, the hypocrite ends his show, talking about his own, "scientific," version of something magical that he believes occurs, though having no real proof of it, and certainly no explanation for it. I would make the same observation, in your case. Your accepting that, Patricio Da Silva said: ↑ "Given infinity, all that is possible, is inevitable," is your own leap of faith, every bit as great as the idea that there might be a central intelligence, to the universe. Why would one assumption be less logical, or more fanciful, than the other? Clearly, your possibility only sounds like a more "rational," option, to you, but that and a dollar will get you a cheap cup of coffee. So this, if you have any intention of addressing directly, my points, would be my third. I think this is enough, for one post, though I (you will not be surprised to hear) have more to say on the general subject.