Re: knowledge and happiness
"I was trying to point out that your acceptance of the different answers to your involved questions, and thus the equating of all positions as equal when trying to decipher reality for ourselves, will cause us to fall into mediocrity and stagnate our own learning curve."
So to get this right let me state this in a not so poetic way; Accepting any answer free from judgment will prevent progress.
Does that about sum up what you said there?
And to respond i will quote what is attributed to Thoth.
"Adoration is the abomination of a god"
It is my view that acceptance of all realities across the entire spectrum of frequencies is the nature and very essence of truth. Only a perfect being could know perfection...only a truly holy entity can judge right/wrong...whether a being like this occurs in dense matter is a mystery...all i know for sure is i am neither perfect nor holy. It is not my place to judge anothers answer.
I do appreciate the intellectual stimulation :)