Welcome to a birthday marathon of "Doggerel," where I ramble on about words and phrases that are misused, abused, or just plain meaningless.
Woos are commonly under the impression that it's impossible to be happy unless you're a woo of some stripe. Some go as far as claiming it's impossible to believe in all the good things in life if you don't believe in the supernatural. This is, of course, ridiculous on the face of it, but that won't stop them from claiming they've got the upper hand on happiness.
This is, of course, a typical subject change. A drunk person may be happier than a sober one, but that doesn't make the drunkard right. Given the inherent inflexibility I see in woos, I don't see much reason to even give them ground in the subject change: In order to support their various hypotheses, they often have to deny the wonder of the universe, the ingenuity of mankind, and a lot of other generally cool stuff.
Quite frankly, I don't see how the "supernatural" is supposed to be better than the natural world. The "supernatural" usually comes with whines that we can never understand it. The natural world has no such limitations.