The other night, I was reading the Magga-vibhanga Sutta: An Analysis of the Path and this stopped me:
I’m certain I’ve read this before, perhaps many times, but this time it stopped my questions about views or rather answered them in an odd way. The “right view”, according to the Buddha, is the view that leads to the end of suffering. So, the question is not one of truth; but of efficacy, what works, what leads us to the end of our suffering."And what, monks, is right view? Knowledge with regard to stress, knowledge with regard to the origination of stress, knowledge with regard to the stopping of stress, knowledge with regard to the way of practice leading to the stopping of stress: This, monks, is called right view.”
https://www.accesstoinsight.org/tipitak ... .than.html
And it seems that different views work for different people.