The ability to consider multiple possibilities is a wonderful thing to me - as is an understanding that most, if not all, answers merely give rise to more questions.
Some questions require answers - at the very least, temporary ones; some questions don't require answers but serve more to open doors to other questions.
Having said that, many people need answers - and I'm not about to disparage them for that need. In some things, I like (nearly) immutable answers.
Each of us has to determine for ourselves what questions require answers for us and what questions don't - and we have to fight the tendency to deny that right to others whose conclusions are different than ours.
Mail Call, Samoa, 1915
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