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The fact is that there is no perfect decision. No scenario is going to produce the perfect result for all involved. We each have desires and designs to satisfy. All of life is from my point of view, and yours too, but each is individual to every one of us. Because of this inherent imperfection of life, I must learn to forgive, and to be kind, to overcome, to accept, and to love.
This is an old-ass post, but I stumbled on it after having a bunch of arguments with people whose occult viewpoints hinge on a kind of nihilism/absurdism, which I tend to view as something to fight against, that spiritual practice can help overcome. There's too much of life to declare it all a stupid, disgusting illusion, where nothing is true and everything is worthless, and to mentally drop out like that and call it gnosis. Inherent imperfection and multifaceted truth makes more sense. Wish people discussed this more.