When you see complex ideas, when you are amazed by it and kind of understand it but doesn't quite get it, you can try to put a "Therefore, God exists" at the end. Maybe you can even contemplate its mystery, but you probably don't get it. Try it, and you will get interesting sentences. Maybe that will comfort you.
For example, there are symbols, signs, syntax, grammars, Chomsky categorization of grammars, rules and semantics. It's all related. Therefore, God exists.
Another one: a problem can be NP-complete, computable in polynomial time, etc. Therefore, God exists.
There is category theory, abstract algebra, topology, discrete geometry without any figures (!), morphisms, generators, homotropy, cohomology and the Yoneda lema. Therefore, God exists.
You can transform matrices into polynomials into equations. Therefore God exists.
All of a suden you'll begin to admire science and believe in something by faith.
Or you can end a sentence with "therefore, the world will end". For example,
you can completely understand one object through all morphisms or something like the Yoneda lema. Therefore, the world will end.