Perhaps on long walks, I should ignore my inner voice. Or walk different routes so singular scenery steals attention from pernicious perplexities.
Challenging life sometimes mimics breathing in a sandstorm.
There are resources:
Confused by finance, ask a banker.
Should eternity escape comprehension, hear a shaman.
When fidelity seems undefinable, observe your neighbor.
Worried over old age, talk with a physician.
If maturity eludes, watch children.
Concerned for your sanity, find a psychologist.
Armed then with confused absolutes, inconsistencies, contradictions, and new mysteries, realize how easy it is to be a fool with so many experts providing guidance.