The scale of triviality boggles the mind!
Where do your opinions come from? Crow may not be wrong when he says that opinions are the pinnacle of triviality, but I happen to know that opinions do not just appear of their own accord spontaneously. If your opinions appear trivial, then maybe your mind is processing trivial situations. Try putting yourself in a situation where the outcome is independent of your opinion. Maybe you will find out what I'm talking about. My preferred method of doing this is to drive my car at objectively unsafe speeds. My opinion is that "this will be fun!" but the reality quickly becomes "I am about to die". Opinion prompts, reality intercedes, method and experience take over, and that is the most important thing in the end.