I am satisfied with sheer random chance being behind everything as we live in a VAST universe where even odds of 1 in a trillion can and do happen.
In the book "The Improbability Principal - Why Coincidences, Miracles, And Rare Events Happen Every Day", by David J. Hand, the first principal discussed is the "Law Of Inevitability" which states if you make a complete list of all possible outcomes, then one of them must occur....
...which leads into the "The Law Of Truly Large Numbers" which states that with a large enough number of opportunities, any outrageous thing is likely to happen.
That all indicates that while an event, outcome, etc. is extremely unlikely to happen, it can, and will, given enough 'samples'. A woman won the New Jersey State Lottery twice in four months in 1985; the chance of her winning twice in that time frame is approximately one in a trillion.
So, anything seems possible in a way, no matter how remote the chances may seem to be.