Do you remember the thread I posted called "The Art of Morality" where I succinctly argued that implying there is a god that scores moral actions is no different from implying there is some cosmic art guru who prices all works of art? It's very similar to what's happening here. Implying that people should determine their own meaning to life is arrogant is, itself, arrogant. I am saying that my life is mine to decide. That is a humble statement because it applies to me. You, on the other hand, are saying "no, you are wrong in your assertion about yourself". And worse, it's name calling. Let's gloss right over that it's pretty close to breaking ODN rules and conclude that calling someone arrogant for wanting to find their own meaning to life is a pretty jerk thing to say.And making your life about you want it to be (HALO? seriously) is not arrogance? In so saying, you are asserting that each man is his own King, who can assert his own existence, his own interpretation of life.
I mean, look at the definition of arrogant: "an attitude of superiority manifested in an overbearing manner or in presumptuous claims or assumptions". Implying that I am not the one to determine my own life's meaning and that I have to succumb to your (fictional) god's meaning? That is the definition of arrogance.