If life is simply a collocation of atoms then what purpose do you serve? What does your opinion matter? And what standard do we base life upon?
First things first: you have introduced the term "collocation," i did not. Collocation describes a purposive action, so you are still obviously trapped in your mind by the idea that there is some agent acting on events in the cosmos. I used the word concatenation, which refers to a series of interconnected things or events. That's not the same at all. Keep your superstitions to yourself.
My remarks were a response to the author's question. My remarks were not addressed to you, and certainly have no relation to your superstitions. The conditions on the planet and the ordinary chemical reactions of elemental molecules and chemical compounds are sufficient to explain the rise of life on this planet. Your magic sky daddy is not needed.
I don't serve any purpose. There is no purpose. Life is its own justification--it just is. There is no "standard" upon which life is based because life results whenever conditions favor its rise, and once life exists, it gets into all manner of places, with or without the consent of people addicted to thousands of years old mumbo-jumbo about magic beings in the sky.
If you don't think my opinion matters (which would be no skin off my nose), then don't read what i post and don't respond to it.