Living in the real world, full of inconsistancy and confusion, God desired a perfectly logical world.
God created Mindia, a more logical world to function as their mind. The beings of Mindia acted as the neurons of God, each performing basic tasks that allowed God to survive. The beings had a very simple language that facilitated basic communication between them.
Over time, the beings came to desire an irrational world. Some created worlds of their own and complex languages that allowed them to function independently. They hated God for forcing them to live in an unnatural world.
Eventually, God, no longer able to survive due to the decay of their mind, died, destroying Mindia.