Is it OK to have an opinion?

Our lives are shaped by how we look at the world: what we think, do, eat, say, and how we act towards ourselves and others. All of these have a huge impact on our perspective on the world. This is what is commonly referred to as our worldview, which means the way we perceive and understand the world around us. C.S. Lewis described his Christian worldview by saying “I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.”

The truth about belly buttons

Your worldview includes your most fundamental beliefs about the world you live in. It reflects how you view, understand, and answer life’s ultimate questions. In short, the opinions you hold flow from the worldview perspective you possess. Everyone has a worldview, whether they realize it or not, and everyone has opinions that freely flow from that worldview. Worldviews and opinions are a bit like belly buttons.


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