A pirate walks into a bar. He has a large galleon steering wheel coming out of his trousers. The bartender says "Hey buddy - you know you gotta big wheel sticking outta yer drawers???"
"Aye, and it's drivin' me nuts!"
I thought that may illustrate the point I'm about to make. Why do people give credit for their abilities to a magical man in the sky? For instance, many Grammy winners begin their acceptance speech with "First off I'd like to thank God; through him all things are possible."
If your Rockstar ever wins a Grammy, I might start my speech like this:
"First off, I'd like to thank God for sitting in my basement every night for five hours learning to play guitar for me. I'd also like to thank Him for writing Labeled's songs (Rockstar's band). Through Him all things are possible."
Why do people give their invisible friend credit for all their accomplishments?