To think that whichever entity it is that created mind & matter would want a mere form of life such as us humans to behave in specific ego-related patterns is nothing short of the most arrogant attitude we can have.
We humans, a mere form of life on a planet's that's nothing but a grain of sand in the universe, cannot realistically consider ourselves a predominant factor of that entity's "wrath", if "wrath", said entity can experience.
Considering this entity created something as vast and ever-changing as the universe as we know it (meaning there might be a whole lot more), it would be preposterous to imagine that this entity's focus would be on a form of life that dwells on what really is a tiny grain of salt hidden within the depths of his universe. That would be giving ourselves way more credit than we deserve.
It's not that I believe there's no "God" per se; I mean, there must be an entity that created the matter system that composes all we perceive to exist. I simply can't get myself to believe that this entity has an official name, that it has very specific human-like standards for a mere form of life that lives on a microscopic part of the system it created.