What Defines Your Worldview?

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How you define your worldview is how you see the world through your eyes. Everyone has a different worldview and different components to make their worldview. The three components that make up my worldview are God, knowledge, and ethics, because they shaped my thoughts, experiences, education, and my life decisions.

The basic idea of whether there is a God or not is very abstract. It is impossible to prove that no God exists and it is for that reason that it is not considered a scientific concept. My God is a Christian God. God is everything around me including myself and my family. My experiences with God are that I put faith in Him daily and go with the direction that he points me in. I know God will not let me down and he will always point me in the right direction. It is up to me to make sure I follow his path that he has set for me. I also know through the experience of having children that God is there. He gave me two lives to watch over and to protect He put trust into me to lead them in the right directions. As for education and life decision I am not sure why God has chosen the education path for me. I may not know why God has chosen education for me until later in life.

How do we know what we know? For some it may be a scientific path this is an active process of observations and investigations. These are things that can be proven and that do have substance to the findings. As for experiences I use the scientific path with being able to do mathematics like addition and subtraction. Being able to know the answer of 1+1=2 is proven. I am also able to know how to spell the word C-A-T because I learned this in English class in school. For my education and life decisions I have been through schooling and am still in schooling. There are all the science points that I have made. Now there is another reason for how we know the things we know and this is faith. Faith is not based on proof it is confidence of truth in a person or things. I put faith in God...
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