Me too. "Not knowing" allows/acknowledges potentials bigger than myself -- which I would much rather have access to, than only that which I can come up with.
Same here. The idea of a "God" begs to be known and defined, and (for me) in doing so, potential is limited to "that supposed known".
I arrived on this planet (as a human baby) open to the experience. Being open to the experience... observing and playing with it... is what I've come back to, after many explorations to "know" or figure out all sorts of things. I've experienced greater clarity and potential when I'm not trying to fit everything into a certain model.
It's strange that we can be so beautifully open as children, and then come to think that "growing up" means "knowing". We ask the adults "why" over and over, in order to understand the world humans have created. In other words: What is this place, who are we, and what do we do here? And the adults tell the new arrivals "how it is". If adults did not do that to such a limiting degree, what kind of awareness and openness might we retain and utilize for our experience here?
This natural and unrestricted quality must surely be a more pure form of an observing creative force in the Universe, than any God concept or agenda that humans have concocted. Since humans create their world with their "ideas", some think the Universe must have been created with ideas. But there is really no reason to know or to limit "existence" in that way. Doing so "resolves" nothing -- it only limits (to our own terms) what we believe/experience is possible.