How can we seek truth when truth is unclear so often?

Remembering our way home, we take meticulous notes for the next concentration; spatterings of hypothetical truth mixed in with our thesis.

Clearer truths come with clearer value assessments. If I do good here, good consequences overwhelmingly follow. Less clear truths have seemingly random results, and yet allegiance to the good action is freedom. The more unclear the truth, the more faith one exercises in their actions, and the stronger their resolve.

Any pact to truth is intertwined with a pact to faith and uncertainty. We repent each day for yesterday's and tomorrow's sins, guided only by impenetrable resolve and true spirit. Our venom is purged, making room for what belongs here at home.

We are limitless.