A poor orphan left to fend for himself in an institute once thought: «I want a candy. There is no candy, no mum to buy one. Life sucks. Mum must be away, buying me a candy, because I want life not to suck. I hope she comes back soon.»
Just because someone wishes so, something doesn’t magically appear into existence.
Wishful thinking is a very poor argument to prove the existence of someone.
Anthropocentrism – extrapolating that since I am, someone like me must exist too – is also a poor argument. Life is not an orphanage and extending metaphors beyond their intended limit is dangerous.