Thoughtful Beliefs


Most of us would rather watch a favorite TV show or surf Facebook than invest time and thought into our beliefs.

We want to show you that your beliefs will impact you, so much so that spending appropriate time with your beliefs pays off more than anything else you could do. We encourage you to start by answering this key question for yourself by going through the parts in this section, given in the  links below.

Once you recognize no other choice you make will have the depth and breadth of impact on you—and on those near you—than your worldview beliefs, you might still be hesitant due to the idea in our culture that there is no truth, or, at least, we cannot know the truth about beliefs. We address those conceptions in Section 2: How Can I Know?

Once it’s clear truth exists and can be known, and once you recognize a simple way to determine truth, then you’ll possess the clarity necessary to dig deeper. Sections 3 and 4 provide information to expand your thinking on the fascinating interaction of different beliefs within all aspects of life, including galaxies and atoms, kangaroo babies and spiders, and even Family Guy and Star Wars (or The Notebook for the romance enthusiasts in the audience).

Below are four areas to help you begin exploring the question, Why should I care? We recommend starting with “Epic Fails”, which explains what makes something have “Epic” impact on your life. Then, “What am I building my life on” gives clear reasons why the worldview belief you choose will have the deepest and widest impacts on you. Next, “See your obituuary now” allows you to see some of the most significant results in your future. Finally, “How to buy Apple Stock . . .” will explain an actual opportunity you have to make off even better than those lcuky/smart millionaires who did buy such stocks, and will explain the motivation behind this site.

Okay, I know why I need to care, but…


Many think making a choice regarding worldview beliefs is too difficult due to all the information, different opinions, and perspectives.

Many today claim there is no truth about beliefs.

Therefore, the second thing we do is provide simple approaches anyone can use to demonstrate turth exists, and can be known. Determining what beliefs fit reality is fairly straightforward once you recognize how serious beliefs are, and the simple approach we all use naturally to determine truth.

The first resource below explains “The Truth about Truth”, and right after that we make sure you are aware of barriers so many stumble over when seeking truth in “How Stupid are We?”

The third resource focusses on a subject of interest to you – You – and “Take the Ice Cube Challenge” helps you get a firm footing, which most lack, so you can put your best foot forward as you move on.

The last resource in this section explains, using a shocking lesson from a child, “How we can know” what is true, using a simple method we have been using since childhood. From here we have a solid foundation to start examining beliefs by testing for truth using amazing evidence.

I recognize truth can be known, but…


We’ll show you a simple approach to evaluate for yourself which worldview belief meets the standard that science and everyday life choices depend upon.

If you seek evidence, you will find it waiting for you, and such interesting things to think and talk about in the diverse areas of life. Several general areas of study are provided below.

Now is the time we take in information and evaluate the evidence to consider which worldview belief meets the standard both science, and everyday life choices, depend upon: What is the best explanation of the evidence?

These sections include fun ways to see how worldview beliefs cover the big questions of life and how evidence comes from all around us. There will be articles, activities, and media dealing with topics ranging from Kangaroo Babies to the music group Korn, from CSI to How the Universe Began, from discussing how to get a date to analyzing movies, from Ice Cube to Stephen Hawking to Jesus. Want to bet on the likelihood of surviving a fall from 10,000 feet without a parachute? Then check out the section of the Fine-Tuned Evidence!

I genuinely take in all the evidence and know how to apply it to evaluate the different beliefs …


Want to see a cage match between Buddha, Mohammad, Jesus, and Richard Dawkins?