Sometimes, in divination, we get a vague answer. Oftentimes, it’s a flat out
“We don’t know either”
“Yeah, have you heard of the uncertainty principle?”
Sometimes we don’t need to know what the future holds. Oftentimes, its knowledge might not be good for us.
If you’ve read Oedipus and other self-fulfilling prophecies, you might feel thankful that you don’t know what the future holds. So next time you get an answer depicting an unspecified future, rejoice in uncertainty. You’ll be spinning that wheel of fortune without knowing where it would land. Uncertainty can be exciting if you let it.