A few months later I realized one more important thing - there is no one on this planet who knows the goals of humanity. This idea stemmed into my mind and I was again stuck in a loop (I guess I had a bad day at the office when this idea actually came to my mind). Everyone is working for their own personal enhancements. Elon Musk wants to take a billion people to space. Why? Because he is interested in the fame that he will receive after he tweets the stories of success. Einstein discovered the relation between gravity and time. Why? Was it really because he desired to know the meaning of life or was it because he wanted to get his work published in Springer? What are science and development all about anyway? It is simply a way to create a hierarchy in society so that people keep themselves busy by working and proving themselves to others - researchers craving for more citations of their work, CEOs craving for more money and fame, business associates craving for a promotion, and so on.
Lastly, I would like to mention the inevitable remedy of life - change - the only constant of the universe. How has no single ruler been able to overtake the entire world? How did different races survive thousands of years of evolution when only the most dominant one had the most chance of survival? How has life been able to always give a second chance to every individual to thrive for themselves? Embracing change and letting go is the only way to happiness.
I think only death has the answer to all the questions. 7 years ago, I was a firm believer in logic, rationality, and science. But after having experienced more of life, I have realized that there is definitely something watching over us, keeping an account of our actions. Something that I cannot explain. Something that cannot be rationally explained. Yes, I believe in faith. Yes, I believe in actions. Yes, I believe in ghosts. Yes, I believe in God!
PS: It's strange how many people believe that Christoper Nolan movies' are themed around science fiction when the central idea behind every Nolan movie has always been love.