Some think there is no truth about beliefs.
So, the second thing we do is provide simple approaches anyone can use, and show that determining what belief(s) fits reality is fairly straightforward.
After explaining the truth about truth: (a) truth exists, (b) is universal, (c) is exclusive, (d) can be hard to handle, (e) has been tested as far as which belief fits reality, and (f) brings real consequences when not standing on it, we then start examining beliefs by testing for truth using the same tools and logical approach we do when making any significant decision in life (this is covered in the How can we know? section).
Truth, in beliefs, relationships, or in any part of life, always rises above all the opinions and noise people bring, and relentlessly brings real consequences to our choices. So while truth does make itself obvious, there is still the potential for people to disregard truth when making a choice, which is the focus of the How Stupid Are We? section, and the following article, Take the Ice Cube Challenge, is a test to see where you currently stand, on reliable truth, or something else.