Some things to consider on the road to belief
We had no say in anything
We know, that we just sort of popped into this existence and that we had absolutely no say on anything about: our gender, race, hair color, height, or what country where we were born nor our families economic status. Maybe we had both parents, one parent, or none. We were also born completely helpless and for our first years, we couldn't take care of ourselves, someone else had to feed us, and clean up the mess afterwards.
Our mechanical bodies
We know, that our bodies are an amazing collection of tubes, filters, hoses, wires that for the most part, does a remarkable job of taking care of itself or at least prompting us through pain or hunger that something needs attention.
Our five senses
We know, we have five senses, seeing, hearing, touching, tasting and smelling. And through these senses, we learn about our world.
We process information
We know, we take in information and with our brains, develop plans, and then use our bodies to put action to our plans.
We know, that while there are many concerns, trials, and drama in lives fulfilling our basic needs, there is also sheer pleasure in relationships, eating, travel, discovery and accomplishment.
But alas, some things that people consider "pleasures," are off of God's menu for a blessed and happy life. It is a fact that the pleasure of most vises, contain a "slap" which soon mitigates the pleasurable aspects.
Our natural tendencies
We know, that we were born with some tendencies like selfishness, lying, and for some, stealing. Nobody teaches their children to do these things, children have to be taught NOT to do these things.
We know, that there is a little voice inside of our heads holding a sort of court session sometimes reminding us that what we are doing is wrong. We also have a sense of right and wrong built into us. Children don't have to be taught that cutting in line is wrong, they instinctively know it.
It seems, that there is a nearly, worldwide acknowledgment that there IS a creator which requires worship. According to a major three-year study. Humans are naturally inclined to believe in God or god, and an afterlife.
We are programed to expect and afterlife
It seems, that mankind in general, has an expectation of some sort of continued existence. At funerals, even if the deceased was not religious in any stretch of the word, there are usually comments about how "old Henry," and how he is enjoying a pint with his old chums up there in the great beyond.
What is really important in life?
When all the drama, twists and turns of life are boiled down, the things that are valuable to a person are not material goods, it is relationships, loves, family and friendships and experiencing the pleasures of life.
We are programed to expect that justice will prevail
It seems, that we are programmed for justice to prevail. How many movies have you seen where the bad guy wins? If the bad guy won, we would probably feel a bit unsettled and perhaps would not be keen to see any more movies of that genre. If we are merely evolved, it should not matter to us if the "bad guy" wins or not, but it does.
In consideration of the different aspects of life listed above, what we know and what we seem to know. We seem to be designed for relationship, fellowship and family, and the ability to experience pleasure through these relationships and the experiences of life. Seems like a good time to start a quest.