In the dark and quiet of the night when I am awake with nothing to distract or disturb me, I particularly sense the presence of the Lord. I can easily contemplate him, pray to him, tell him what's in my heart, or just ask him questions.
Now, in darkness imagine that all that is around you is gone ~ the bed, the whole house, the earth, and all the stars. What's left is just you in the empty space, which is nothing. In the absence of gravitational pulls, you become weightless. There are absolutely zero reference points around you, so the question whether you're stationary or moving is pointless. The only thing you're aware of is that you exist, as a point in nothingness. Since God transcends both time and space, it's also pointless to ask where he is at any time. He is the alpha and omega. He simply exists, so he is present everywhere at all times. Without God we are truly lost in space and exist for nothing. On the other hand, with God we can celebrate our existence, for we have God to exist for ~ our best reason for living.