404 Blog, that is written by dan-san, described this book that encouraged to me.
I usually try to become a good skeptic, I am (or try to be) skeptical about anything include myself.
By reading this book, I have two stories.
First, it's a kind of a small and stupid thing, but it always bothers me. Mr.H, who he seats behind me at my office, works very well. But he is easy to be heated/hotted and usually complains. For example, he strongly complained that someone got off for being up to one floor. Last week, when I'd like to move a white board for holding a meeting, he told to me, "it's out of common sense. (非常識きわまりない!)" I felt "Whose common sense?" For this case, I used an allegory that a big dog and a small dog, and small one is easy to bark. I did not told him what I thought, and I found another way.
Second, it's general thing that the world is existed, or not. This question is one of the base themes for Buddist, "Every form in reality is empty, and emptiness is the true form." I don't know the answer but I know how to have a life in the world.
Anyway, this book is good. I recommended you to read it.