You have often thought that confusion was a condition of life to strongly object to. But now you can let confusion take its course, and wring from it all it gives. Without confusion, how would you reach clear thinking?
Consider confusion like a pile of socks that you are to sort. Without a multitude of socks, how could you sort? And when you find you have an odd sock or two, you keep them for a while but you do not spend your life bemoaning that which you cannot find the mate to.
So, when you are embroiled in confusion, sort what you can and leave the rest alone. You do not need to understand all of life. Life does not depend upon your understanding of it. After a while, shrug your shoulders, and move on to another drawer.
Certainly, you can request life to uphold certain ideas…
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