Research now bears out: uncertainty is good for you. Poets know this. "Love the questions," Rilke wrote at the turn of the 20th century, and now, psychologists are finding that the ability to accept paradox, ambiguity and uncertainty is evidence of a healthy and creative mind. Studies have been done in the last decade showing that individuals who live with uncertainty have the most highly developed intuition of anyone.
What uncertainties do you have about your life, your writing, your art? Hold onto these, with all their tension. Paint them, sing them, weave them into a story.