The need to be right makes us miserable. It puts us in a judgmental mood where everything that is said, and done, and happens to us, gets compared to our sense of how things should be. The more certain we become, the more judgmental, the more miserable we are. We are acting like God and deciding how the universe should behave for our satisfaction.
Who made us God? How is the decision that we made to be God, often unconscious, working for us?
Unitarian Universalists are a curious bunch of folks who can tolerate a great deal of ambiguity because they require no allegiance to a creed or assent to any orthodox dogma but rather affirm and promote the free and responsible search for truth and meaning.