You are a relativist.
'Meaning is found in whatever seems right and works for a person in their own context.'
Can one thing really be, ‘right for me’, and something completely different be ‘right for you’? Who says that there is no such thing as ‘absolute truth’? And, who made them the final authority?
The reality is that we live as if there is such a thing as absolute truth: such as, ‘murder is wrong’, or ‘you have no right to tell me what to believe’. What relativism is probably all about is not the desire for integrity, but the desire to do my own thing; in the end, it’s all about me. That means relativism ultimately leaves no room for love, compassion or altruism.
There is an ‘absolute truth’ that we can rely upon, and which is the same for all. This truth is shown clearly in and through Jesus, and knowing this truth gives real freedom.
‘For this purpose I was born and for this purpose I have come into the world— to bear witness to the truth.Everyone who is of the truth listens to my voice.'
(Jesus speaking to the Roman governor just before his execution, in John 18:37)
‘If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set your free.'
(Jesus in John 8:31-32)