You can weather the storm.
Human beings naturally gravitate towards certainty and avoid ambiguity, if they have the option. Often, our political ideologies, religious beliefs and personal biases prevent us from acknowledging the truth; when our fragile worldviews are threatened, we flee.
It’s interesting how many view the fundamentalism of atheism in a more favorable light than the fundamentalism of religion.
Both are ill-advised. Both are compelled by the need for certainty. Both are characterized by an inability to tolerate ambiguity. Both abstain from the blessings of doubt.
Doubt is an opportunity to engage in a conversation. It is not a signal to despair. Omniscience is out of human reach. But, if we face doubt with curiosity instead of fear, truth is within our grasp.