Some say we don’t believe in anything; that would put us in a contradiction although there is a difference between disbelief and having no belief. We believe in having no belief, yes, but specifically in having no belief about the existence of deities, not about whether the earth revolves, or whether humans are silly. Deities. These are those imagined beings, both good and evil, that many suppose to exist and to have powers we don’t have in spite of lacking any evidence. Humans. These are imaginative beings, both sane and silly, who suppose that deities exist because they believe their own ideas in spite of lacking any evidence.