You need to turn on JavaScript in your Web browser to make full use of this website! 

 project WORLDVIEW  Choices We Make     copyright 2020        Home    

     go to previous choice         Choice #3: the Q card             go to next choice 

Related Words, Beliefs, Background for Choice #3

self test A on the above         self test B on the above     


When it comes to knowing whatís right, whatís best, what is the true nature of things, or having answers to lifeís important questions, I feel inadequate. While others most assuredly promote their beliefs with black and white certainty, I am silent and see shades of gray. I canít forget the complexity of the world or the smallness / ignorance of any one person. Iím not sure enough of anything to lay it on everyone else. I trust not in high principles, but in small experiences. (Note: This person enters arguments hesitantly, but after presenting facts and noting uncertainties may confidently seek the truth and express an opinion.)


I feel I have found "the answer" (what to believe, buy, how to behave, the best way to do something, etc.)  And  I feel obligated to share what I've found with you, so you too can benefit! Please bear with me if it seems my evangelizing, persuading, lobbying, etc disrespects your beliefs, values, or feelings ó I have your interests in mind!  (Note: Some see these people as selfless leaders willing to helpfully step up and point the way forward, others see them as dispensers of propaganda who selectively use facts / emotionally charged language to promote a self-serving agenda.)

                               Left Hand choice:  theme#1A                       Right Hand Choice: theme#2B                        

                                                         click for more on the above theme                      click for more on the above theme 

click for  The Choices We Make Menu

"As you shop in "The Reality Marketplace" avoid spending your "reality cash" too early,  before you have seen everything. " 
from Coming of Age in the Global Village,  by Stephen P. Cook,  with Donella H. Meadows