I think we are genetically biased towards belief and those that don't, are mutations and not the norm.
Belief absolutely belongs to the one who has it: it is neither communicable nor transferable nor subject to partition. It is itself, its own authority, its own witness, and does not require anybody's confirmation. It is sufficient unto itself. No amount of skeptical argument can refute it because skepticism has to assume it: it takes for granted the existence of the skeptic.
With all the cunning of ratiocination, the skeptic refutes individual identity. The skeptic only succeeds only when he attains Knowledge through Intelligence, but he is denying his own skepticism; for, he is upholding Knowledge.
Belief--I have none.
Sedit and Shiva...The-Dark-One
[nig]-ge-na-da a-ba in-da-di nam-ti i-u-tu