reflecting on the plural in the way

a view of plurality or its multiple direction to meaning in the world does not denote ways of being or doing that are necessarily devoid from practicality or ones that necessitate that involved actions or otherwise are better than another, nor simultaneously mean that one is not better than the other.

plurality applied in thought both imagines and recognises there is more than one way, which can be inclusive and interconnected if considered to be a way of attempted peaceful, beneficent harmonious accord.

plurality as an aspect of belief in its philosophical aspect can open up an acceptance that more than one way can lead to the same or different on a par outcome, which may or may not (but with good faith and attempted reason) involve beneficent parts.