question + no answer = truth
This equation may seem counter-intuitive due to its lack of an answer, but in fact it is quite revealing. This 'lack of an answer' reveals the complexity of life with all of its experiences which are interpreted in a number of different ways. This is how *individuality* remains consistent even though we might live within the same cultural environment, i.e. each of us look at a situations in an objective posture. So, the lack of an answer promotes individuality by allowing each "self" to interpret a particular insight on their own without interference from another. Systems of power fight against ambiguity because of fear; fear that is caused by an interpretation that is in disagreement with the *one that is promoted top down. The equation above fights for organic truth with its "from below" approach and its value for freedom.
Each human self acquires a bit of its own truth which naturally becomes personally ingrained. Is it possible to continue community in the midst of contextual truths at work? Systems and structures would most likely say "no," but I continue to promote a loud "yes!" In order to live alongside one another in a healthy fashion we must develop a type of belief transcendence. In other words, I must be able to treat my brothers and sisters exactly the same way no matter the differences between us. Otherwise, our agenda is disguised with conversation and judgment disguised with "stance." Power structures are only concerned with outcome, specifically personal gain. The 'lack of an answer' truncates power structures by literally taking the power back which consequently silences cheap talk and empowers the marginalized.
Personal truth is ingrained in life per se and individuality is necessary for equality.