The basic issue of this web log is trying to reconcile these two true statements
1)There is a lot that is inconceivable
2)Talking about the inconceivable is meaningless, cause it’s inconceivable.
Maybe this is a step towards the answer:
If you are really really tired and terrified you can’t conceive of your situation, but you may have to move forward. Like supposing you are on a mountain ridge, it’s freezing, the enemies are shooting at you, and you’re wounded. You have to make the decision to camp for the night where you’re being fired at or to try to make a run for it. In that situation the situation you are in is inconceivable to you — you’re too tired and scared for rational thought. Nevertheless you are able to move forward.
How? Not sure. Maybe trusting your body, or your habits, or your colleagues? Dim memories of what you thought when you could think more clearly? The point is you can get through it although you can’t think your way through.