I appreciate that you took the time to give me such a detailed answer, but you do realize you didn't answer my question.
I asked,"What's the obsession with finding this thing that give you that objective view? What's the evidence that such a way to absolute truth exists?"
And as for being unscientific, if I am not mistaken, science has no model or theory that teaches that what you are talking about, what you are searching for, exists. Again, what's the proof that absolute truth and having a purely objective view of everything is possible for anyone? If there is absolute truth, what evidence is there that you can point to that source or way to it? And then what proves you would be able to process it and understand it?
I mean, if you were one who thought the religion of JWs was the truth, you don't have the best track record proving you can find and tell if you have "the truth" or not. "I was in a cult for several years and believed it was the truth, but now that I'm out, I'm a good judge of knowing what is true and not." I'm sorry, but how did you suddenly gain the capacity to judge such things objectively when you once failed at it so miserably?
I wouldn't trust a surgeon who killed every patient he had for several years following some pseudo-medicine he believed was "the truth," even if he claimed he had rejected that pseudo-medicine as nonsense now. "Trust me as your surgeon if you need an operation. I won't kill you now."
You are like that surgeon, aren't you? If you were a JW, you once claimed you had life-saving truth and in a spiritual sense "killed" everyone you taught JW nonsense to. Now that you left, you claim that there is still some single path for truth, and you expect me to believe that what you're selling now is correct?