Your worldview: your responsibility
'Prove all things'
But by what measure, you decide.
Reality versus your perception
'Reality' is the actual being of any thing; truth; fact; in distinction from mere appearance. Your worldview is your perception of reality: how you think the world works.
These are two different things:
Notwithstanding, some people unwittingly have this assumption. And if you are one of them, it follows that you are narrow-minded. And when you are 'narrow-minded' or short-sighted, your vision is only accurate when the object is near: your intellectual sight is defected or limited.
You determine your perspective
You decide which facts you:
The truth versus your desired appearance
The ensuing frame of reference (model) is your worldview. And it's your choice to either:
Either the truth...
Aligning your worldview to reality is simple. You must allow your view to be corrected by the truth. For this purpose, make sure that your standard of evidence is realistic.