Who would want to live in a house built by a carpenter who couldn’t decide how far apart the joists and studs should be? Today he might settle on sixteen inches, but tomorrow think it silly to waste all that good lumber and set them thirty inches apart.
What security is there when a policeman decides which laws he will enforce based on how he feels each day?
Would you trust a teacher who said to ignore scientific laws that didn’t make sense to you?
And who would have their car serviced by a mechanic who just disconnected all the parts that frustrated him?
No sane person would accept any of those behaviors because we know that there are proven standards that govern each scenario that, if followed, will result in a strong house, an equitable system of justice, a comprehensive education, and a finely-tuned automobile.