Age and aging
The bigger concept
As you get older you will tend to see all sides of a situation. Some of you, myself included, were able to do this in early adulthood. Later there came a need to define things, to be more determined, to draw lines around what's good and bad. If nothing else this helped delineate who you were.
But with age, the divisions blur, and in a sense your understanding expands. You almost understand all things. Part of this is conceptual, where you see the contradictions in most paradigms and ideas. Part of this is practical because as you age there might be less choice about where you end up. I recall a Buddhist bohemian artist having his morning coffee ritual with a Born Again Christian. It was a ritual. They agreed on little in principle, but agreed on a bigger concept, keeping one another company at the same coffee place most mornings.