I fear this was mentioned somewhere throughout this topic. I have not read all posts. This topic has gone way out of topic, but this post is on topic.
Thinking about the big bang has always led me to believe that everything was contained within that point before the universe exploded. If everything was in that point than everything is in "unity". For me, 'unity' is very close to 'harmony', as both require some sort of agreement to be together in a sense.
Also, I had a physics teacher that once told me that if people could move at the speed of light, they would see everything as not moving, and thus is stationary (relativity!). However, the fact that everything is stationary may mean that everything is still in one point and has not moved from the starting location of the big bang (undetermined to humans). Just imagine, the time that light experiences is still at zero (0), so time has not even started for light!
(un)Luckily, there is nothing that can reach the speed of light (it's a limit) that humans know of, so there is no time freezing yet.
And so, finally, I ask you this:
As time is not moving for light, does that mean that this whole universe still does not exist in the 'eye's' of light? EXTRA
Now, asking why was it created is like asking why we are alive. The mere act of asking this question and desiring to know the answer could indicate some disarray that is happening to your life. Are you having problems of some sort? But is also a need to answer the curiosity that is within all of us.
Unfortunately, as far as I have figured out, all things; including any debate like this will have to be limited by the narrow view all of us has obtained. We must not give up, and we must figure out the 'truth'. To me this and many other topics are strictly neural connections that lead to these opinions.
For example this opinion:
Humans want to say they are God, because of:
1. God is seen in us because humans desire power, that is why we say we are God, because we want to be as powerful as God - or at least equivalent.
2. Some believe that it was humans that created God, so that means humans are an equal to God. But that asks another question: can humans create something greater than themselves?
That was made through the concept of desire alone. People want things and they try to get it.