Pretty damn spot-on in my bipolar opinion. AKA Fundamentalism Sucks.
But what does it mean to live with "Questions that cannot be Answered". How can we make peace with this problem? And it IS a problem, maybe one of the most pressing problems faced by the Postmodern world. Ever since all of the steadfast, "church-spire" certainties from yesteryear were challenged and found wanting , we are left in a kinda void. No solid land left to cling onto. So to Survive you gotta "LEARN HOW TO SWIM".
And once you can swim, you'll see that it's actually kewl fun. It liberates you from the shackles of the earth; gives you a freedom to glide wherever your will takes you. A liquid flow. And then you can say to yerself "See, I didn't drown. That goddam rail I been clinging to my whole life was just holding me back, propping up my fear of the water."
It all comes back to PERHAPS (something I spoke about in this post). If a question remains at large (i.e. unanswered) , then the flame of Possiblity, is still left alive. As in:
Perhaps THIS way...
Perhaps THAT way
Yeah, the door is still open. Final answers lock doors. They forever shut people in, and they forever shut people out. Not even a Messiah could arrive.
Some people call the Perhaps Approach "wishy-washy". But that's mainly because they can't swim.