I don't consider whether a god exists, because there is no reason to. You are born an atheist. Some people are raised Hindu, and most of them will take it to their grave. Some people are raised Muslim, and most of them take it to their grave. Etc. Some people recognize this. Some people know that none of the Hindu gods are similar to the "one" Christian god. Some people know that Buddhists don't believe in any god (they have Nirvana, enlightenment, reincarnation, Buddha). Some people recognize this commonality of religion - they each experience that their religion contradicts other religions. The single most common determining factor behind a persons religion is how they were raised. Some people see this, and they are free of religion. It's not what's real, it's what you were told. I was raised by strict Southern Baptists. I saw what religion was. I saw past it. I hope you can too.
I never bought the Baptist mythology. I didn't really "get there" (to atheism) as a kid, I never stopped being an atheist. I did wonder about that seemingly ridiculous reality that was Baptist - what if? The wondering ended with the recognition of what religion was, as described above, at around the age of 13. It is has not occupied my thinking since.
The answers that have meaning in this world come from science - not wasting time on non-falsifiable concepts, but rather making observations, coming up with explanations that make predictions that can be tested, and sharing these ideas with others.
The human spirit (love, curiosity, etc.) is best experienced in person - either alone, or in the company of others who are free from dogmas that isolate people, stymie thinking, interfere with the persons ability to be happy, interfere with the proper role of government, interfere with science, and often lead to war and suffering.
I decided to write this up after coming across the following quote today: "Religions are all alike – founded upon fables and mythologies." - Thomas Jefferson
A few times I've heard people say "God" is in common among religions. I can't help but set them straight. Partly because I like to clarify that misconception, and partly because I'm hoping they will see the true light. The light of reason.