In the beginning, there was. This is only natural, as if there wasn't, then there wouldn't be, and thus no things would have a chance to begin to begin, so in the beginning, there was. And that was a good thing. In truth though, the beginning was not the first thing, but a point of impact. This is not, per say, the linear theology or philosophy of being or becoming or creating. No, this model, the model we bring to you, is more of an Einsteinian, or perhaps, Cartesian, with a bit of Newtonian, because the beginning began with an impact. And that impact was you.
So in the beginning, there was you; and with this was that was you, a drop hitting the plain of infinity that was your world, came a nuclear boom. This was your big bang, the big bang, our new kind of Cartesian big bang. Not a "Kaboom", but an "I am, therefore KABOOM!". And with this bang, you began, and your universe, in space and time, rippled out, getting bigger and bigger as it bounced off the others it found. This was the beginning.