I prefer uncertainty to certainty, doubt to authority. Whenever I'm certain about something, I'm usually wrong. I even have doubts about doubt: I'm no atheist.
Even when I'm not wrong, I'm usually redundant. Others have thought these thoughts first. My favorite such admonition comes from the Eqyptian Book of the Dead — "What the gods love best is silence."
On the other hand, I tend to be in-your-face about mystery. Doubt is fine. Unknowns are insufferable. The flip side of doubt is not fear, but curiosity.
Solitary confinement is like trying to play spoons with a slide rule. You bring your demons with you.
"Nothing should tamper with natural ignorance." — Oscar Wilde, in The Importance of Being Earnest, Lady Bracknell's interview. Maybe. I'm not sure about that.
Even doubt is too much. Maybe ignorance is better.