Bruce Charlton points out that a lot of what people believe that feeds their inner life, like destiny, are implicitly beliefs in a God who knows us:

Such a person’s next step ought to be to understand, to find out more about, this personal god in which they already believe.

While you are there, you should read his post on the God within and the God without, which is poetry of a high order:

Yet God must be out-with us in order that He explains anything; in order to structure our lives and to make us a community of believers, in order that life has purpose and meaning.

And God must be carried with-in us in order that the meaning of life may be experienced as alive; that we have a personal destiny as creative, imaginative, exploring individuals.

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