Riddle me this......if the universe is perceived as being entirely logical, then all within it should be logical. Kind of analogous to how within a mathematical problem, if it at that point is logical, all within it would have to be logical. So even if I said you're wrong, would I be right? That you're illogical, would I be right? I've seem to hit a bad spot in life where I think everyone has their own valid, true reality and it's no more right or wrong than my own. Please, can someone knock some sense into me and make me more confrontational with people? Everyone's arguing about who's right all the time and I feel so left out without being able to say if one party's right. I've just become indifferent. I really need help so I can tell someone the reality they see is wrong and what I see is the right, valid, and true reality or experience. Even if that may be true, it's very boring in the human scheme of things so I don't need truth. I need some excitement. And it leads me to feel the real universal truth is always obscured by human emotion and experience. Also, I feel I'm on unsure foundation. We don't know the beginning nor the culmination of all of our reality we live in, or universe/multiverse, whatever you choose to call it. So do we really have the validity to say a certain view is "good" or "bad" or "right" or "wrong" without knowing the total significance of that decision when time or the universe arrives at where it's supposed to so we can judge if it was done correctly? I guess I'm saying that we don't/won't know and why all the arguing of who's right or who's wrong so much? We barely understand the reality in which we live, let alone, if there is such a culmination of our actions. I don't feel much like continuing my education if I feel others' views are just as valid as my own. And it seems the more I learn, the more bland and generic my views get. At what point do you keep learning about a system until you, in essence, become that system? Like a computer which learns how to emulate humans. Is it essentially a human and then some? What then is the point of the human if another can do the human's job? What then is the point of the system if I learn of the system and essentially be it? How about we learn of the system, the system that made that system, ad infinitum? What then? Why do we learn? To overcome or digest information? We keep digesting more information and more information. And for what? No one knows. So how can we be sure we are so correct and we are moving in the right direction? Because you "feel" like it? At what point do we realize that human emotion only has so much use and realize we need to think more about why we feel that way? And if you say because human emotion or intuition makes you feel that, there's lots of people who have the same experience who you may call wrong. Is the point to all this is to do all this work so in the end, we can seek happiness on a universal or personal scale? If happiness is the point to finding out about our world, were people no more happy when we knew less? I just miss being more naive and ignorant so anymore, I can't fault someone for ignorance. If they're fine with it, I'd say let them be. But to wrap this up, in the end, we just don't know. It's a bland and boring view so why can't we just all accept the plain boring truth that their point is just as valid as my own? Is the search for truth merely a distraction to fulfill our need to conflict with others? I see conflict happening all over in the universe. Energy colliding and mixing with other energy, seems to be the basic description of it to me. And I guess humans wouldn't be happy either if we weren't colliding with someone or something else intellectually or physically. It seems the more truth I learn, the more boring the universe gets. Someone help me out here and tell me I'm wrong. Perhaps all this spurs from my depression or perhaps this view is spurring my depression, I'm not sure.