It's a symptom of a problem. People should be wondering why they think a life form called 'God' even exists despite the absence of supportive evidence and the increasing amount of contradictory evidence. If by 'all this' you mean the univers then I don't know that the question makes sense. The universe as a whole doesn't have intention (that requires sentience). Cross sections (i.e. humans) of the universe do have intention. Reality does seem to have a built in process to promote the persistence of life (hence, it becomes a purpose of life to persist). Ahh, Christian belief. It gets even better. Apparently if you do 'good' then you're doing 'God's will and if you're not doing 'God's will then you are doing 'Satan's will. This basically means asserts that 'God' exists, 'Satan' exists, 'Good' exists, 'Evil' exists, and allthough you have 'Free Will' you are never responsible for your actions as they are 'God's will or 'Satans' will... but despite this utter lack of responsibility, you will be held accountable upon death. It's pretty absurd isn't it? There is no evidence that consciousness persists after death. Yep, it sucks to loose someone you love. Entropy is very necessary for the universe to function correctly. Without, life as we know it wouldn't be possible. Why? Why do we have to have been 'created'? I'll assume your question is targeted at life on earth. If so, it's question that many people are learning the answers to. My suggestion would be to take some classes in evolutionary biology to start.