An interesting pov. An anti-Socrates philosophy. Instead of question everything, question nothing. The question of whether humans can ever answer the BIG questions is something I ponder. Can we ever answer the question of an afterlife, with or without Gods? Can we ever answer the question of how the Universe came into existence from nothing? Personally, I have real doubts any sure answers are within the capability of our species. Gods must be accepted on belief - there will never be any proof. Science has hypothesized that our Universe exists because there are 11 dimensions. Multiple dimensions have to be accepted on belief as well; we are unlikely to ever have proof. Given that these statements are true, does that mean we should not even bother to try. This is where my thinking differs from yours. I believe we should try even if we are doomed to failure. The benefit of beating our heads on philosophical brick walls is what we may discover along the way. Even if the BIG Q's are beyond us, what ancillary knowledge might we learn by trying. I suppose an analogy that works for me is that the journey is more important than the destination.