The concept of "God's will" comes to grief upon the realization that if this is the best God can do, God should be fired. And if this is not the best God can do, God should also be fired. A God who wills being incapable of doing better than this is a disgrace to the idea of God. God is not who we think God is. Our idea of God is not God. God needs to be rethought. We can do better than the God we have been stuck with for the last 4,000 years. I like the idea of the source being life itself. Life as an energy field taking physical form, winking into and out of material existence over time, coming and going throughout ages and eons because that is what life does. In its physical form, life is a process sustaining itself within the physical laws that support its survival, producing morality and ethics and all of the virtues and values that provide a spiritual foundation for material existence. Take a couple of carbon atoms and give them enough time and you get something on the order of what we have when we look around, through the process of electrons creating electrons by crashing into electrons. Light becoming life returning to light. Nothing to it. Enough time is all it takes.