Don't you mean, I had no choice in being born but still must accept the fact that I am alive? That is fine, but on top of that now I must learn about god, then I must make a new decision, accept or reject. But I am asking for a third option, I don't want to play the game. Do I have that option?
Actually I don't want to be apart of the game. Just like if someone says, hey put on one of those uniforms, either the christian one or the atheist one and get out on the field. I'm trying to say I don't want to play.
I think the question of whether you had a choice in being born raises the question of whether you existed before birth. If you had, then why don't you remember anything about it? Or, how do you know you weren't asked before you were born? Perhaps we're all egos floating around in some immaterial plane and God does come to you and ask if you want to 'play the game.' In this (admittedly strange and far-fetched) case, you surely wouldn't want to remember God coming up and asking you such a thing, because then you wouldn't have a choice: you must rationally believe in God's existence because, well, you still remember talking to God before you were ever born. In a more likely case, I doubt we existed before we were individually created, and I don't see how asserting a non-existent will can work (I feel like I poorly articulated this idea, but I hope you were still able to follow it).
I still don't understand why you're fixated on the idea that you either have to believe or not. I tend to be inclined to believe that God exists, but before that all I cared about was living and loving. Whether that was because I was created by some supreme being for that purpose, or I was merely a product of random chance for no purpose, I was going to do me and let the chips fall where they may. I just don't see why you feel you are forced to go one way or the other. If you entirely accept that God exists, then that is very silly and closed minded. If you entirely reject God's existence, well, that is the exact same thing. Why can't you say "Whether God exists or not, in the end all I care about is love/prosperity/whatever it is you want to do." I don't see why that's impossible to do.
I have no desire to end my life by my own will. I know I will eventually die against my will but since that is the case I don't need to do it myself. There are other reserves as well of course. I could be wrong, I might miss out on something. To be honest life really isn't that bad that I would want out. My problem isn't actually with existing, it's with someone saying I need to choose a team.
Who is saying that, and why do you feel so adamantly that you have to obey them?
The question is really just to point out that you don't need purpose.
Then you should have titled this thread "God doesn't need a purpose."
If god has a purpose for me then by all means I wouldn't be able to choose my own purpose. I would just be living out his plan for what ever reason. But if god has no purpose then what is the motivation behind creating anything? When you create something it is usually for an outlet of either distraction or to relieve stress. It also could be an expression, an outlet to make yourself known in a way you can't do any other way. If god is doing that then god would have the same problem.
In some ways yes. When you do, it is an outlet for something. It could be emotional, it could be philosophical or it could be intellectual. Even the motivations can change even during the same project. Some might even use it as a way to escape their current reality. A way to put aside your problems doing something that won't hopefully cause any new ones.
What if God's purpose for you is for you to ultimately do whatever the hell you want? What about creating something because you think you have something special to share? Don't you mean when you
create something? I suppose you could take that a step further and say when people
create something, but God is not a person. Stress and distraction are human characteristics that have no meaning when you try and append them to a being that is omnipotent and fully fulfilled within themselves.