"Through any two points there is exactly one line."
well I'm no math whiz, but I'll say the answer is false.
can be two lines, one atop the other, with infinite solutions, collinear, but they end up being the same line. Hmm tricky.
We certainly need more than the idea of a magical impersonal nature which generated the complexity of life, quite on its own. Spontaneous generation has been scientifically ruled out for quite some time. Life begets life.
No arguments there, but I'd like to add that sometimes it's nice to give the complexities a rest. If we'd just stand back and open our eyes to the beauty of life, there's much to become amazed and filled with wonder about. One can't help but feel small, yet grateful for the magic and resplendent glory of our universe.
Michelangelo comes to mind. It wasn't until he saw what he felt was God's art that he was able to follow through with his own in the Sistine Chapel. Our existence may not be a spontaneous result, but experiences can be spontaneous and personal.
we need more magic between us in the form of kindness, around us in the form of cures for what's killing us. not everyone's going to agree on the source, immediately.