Disclaimer: One never knows what the next one is really about till it's the end. By then it's WAY too late to go back. Like a lot of other things, or maybe like a very few. Depends on what makes one smile.
What is life? Maybe it's a collection of choices one makes. Or maybe it's a collection of events that happens to us? You can see how there are two completely different outlooks there depending on what kind of strategy we take. Does it mean the same thing though? One is passive, one is aggressive. But what is the difference if one believes in fate?
I don't know if that's meant to be scary or if it's meant to be enlightening. A third personality could take it as both. See..that's the thing. Maybe in searching for the right answer one may discover there is NO right answer; or they are all right. Rather a mad rush of all the ideas or maybe a misconception of the belief in none...the same thought process that would let you answer a question too too long after it's been answered or not being able to answer it at all. Sometimes they could be for the same reason, or two reasons so far apart that even a mother of both could not connect them.
This one may be about the answer, or about the question. I once spent HOURS figuring out that the perfect answer was the perfect question; then again my friend discovered that the right answer to the centre of the universe was my shoe: I guess it's all about perception.
What is perception? The idea that something is the way it is, based on what you BELIEVE? Is perception belief? Is it what is induced we are in a certain state of mind? Or is it something we are induced to believe when we imagine that something we believe IS our current state of mind?
It's a bit confusing, I know. There are very few people actually reading this: to those whom I will never know of; is this what YOU believe? Is this what you imagine? Again, the both of us (you or I) will never know. It's a topic that we will never discuss, never repeat and never dwell on; yet it may or may not be the driving force of our uncertainty..our belief or disbelief. It's all a bit too much for the mind that one might have, for the mind that you may or may not have. It may or may not be the focus on which we drive our uncertainty, or that which is the reason we base our surety on.
A question arises; "So if we are so uncertain in our beliefs, what DO we believe in?". Try to follow here - I think it's the FAITH in our belief. What we think that we know so well that we will believe it against all odds, even if almost proven wrong. Maybe it's a superstition, maybe it's tradition. But we know that we know what we know SO well, that it HAS to be right.
You are entitled to it. Believe it. What you actually KNOW is right, and you may seem to know what you know SO well that even fact itself could be doubted. Isn't that what runs the world? Strength in your ideas and ideologies? For some it has been strong enough to control armies, to conquer countless nations...for some it has been to conquer themselves; which very well be a nation in itself. Conviction my dear friends, is the backbone of every conviction. Fight for what you believe in..whether it is politically correct or not, whether is is communally appealing or not, whether it is RIGHT OR NOT. Because if you believe it hard enough, the world will believe. And who else do we have but the world itself?
I guess the conclusion of this one lies in what one believes - that one must fight for what they imagine to be right, fight for what he or she believes is the truth...because even if you are slightly wrong; the world needs something to put their faith in...and you just might be what the world is looking for.