Taking a walk without knowing where you are going to end up when you are finished walking is truly one of the scariest things of all.
[I will refer to this as wandering]
In wandering lies truth, meaning, and comfort. A vague proposition can only be discussed after reformulation into a clearer one. That reformulation can be denied by whomever proposed it since it might fail to encompass the broadness of it which in a sense it does. How can you convince someone out of vagueness when in their vagueness they are not wrong but just vague? Should we even?