1: a state or habit of mind in which trust or confidence is placed in some person or thing
2: something believed; especially : a tenet or body of tenets held by a group
3: conviction of the truth of some statement or the reality of some being or phenomenon especially when based on examination of evidence
How much do you believe in something or someone? Do you believe in it enough to fight for it?
How much of a right do you have to fight for something (or someone) you believe in?
If you have a right, does someone else have the exact same right to believe in (and therefore fight for) what he/she believes in?
What would you do, if the two ideals in question are complete opposites of each other?
Is it fair to say, that there is no belief in this world, which is believed by more than half the people in this world, ergo, there is no majority belief?
So, regardless of the belief, aren't chances bright enough that whatever you believe in, is probably not the belief of more than half the human beings in this world?
Could it be, therefore, that the major problem with this world is that people believe in something?