The existence of unanswerable questions and difficult dilemmas does not disprove the validity of a particular point of view.
All perspectives, philosophies, and practices have problems that they can’t solve and paradoxes that they’re unable to resolve.
Mystery is a part of life and, consequently, it must also be a part of our efforts to make sense of life.
The attribute of having an answer to every question is not the characteristic of a worldview that is sufficiently big, but the distinctive quality of one that is too small.
The pursuit of knowledge is two-fold: We must endeavor to seek answers to our questions AND we must leave room for those questions that wish not to be answered.