Throwing a camel at a birthday party I think there’s a liberating nature to that concept […] It allows for a playfulness and an engagement in life that is more enjoyable than the alternative. I’ve aspired to convey some of those things for a long time now, maybe not so clearly before because it hasn’t been so clear to me. But I do believe that the greater ability you have to tolerate ambiguity, the more successfully you can steer your life. The alternative point of view—the complete dismissal of ambiguity, trying to rationalise irrationality—can be very destructive. Jeff Tweedy - musician. I just found out this cite today while listening to Wilco and I think you may like to know it. Coming from a somewhat popular person, you could say that “participation” is in the air too. Perhaps you are working in a direction that could resound among many more people than it seems.