17. Your (Un)Certainty is Showing (And It's Causing Problems)
Our perspectives are limited and finite; we can't know everything, we aren't working with all the information, and we desire certainty even though it is quite impossible. But why does this cause problems?
When we are certain about our perspective, we act like our perceptions aren't perception; and when perception is reality, we can only argue and defend.
What's a better solution to our lack of certainty?