Thanks for your views Jay! You make valid points!

And by the first point I mean that I have a perspective that I'm sharing, but I don't consider it the absolute truth. I wouldn't want to force it on anyone. I'm sharing it because I find it helpful, and if someone feels the same way, they're welcome to adopt it too. But I certainly wouldn't judge others for different perspectives.

And by telling others to learn to enjoy the ambiguity, I certainly don't mean to say that you shouldn't even try to solve them. I just want to highlight that you'll never have all the answers, and you should learn to enjoy that, instead of hating that.

Regarding indifference, I just want to worry less about things that don't matter to me. By this, I don't want to create standards of truth for the whole world, but only for myself.

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Anyway, thanks for reading Jay, and also for your perspectives! They've given me something to think about and I'm grateful!

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