Basically? Because I don’t know what someone else finds valuable.Why? You have no obligation to answer them, but why did you speak to a few words though not address the rest of the post? I mean that in the sense of noticing the questions that could’ve been explicitly posed, but not tackling them. They have a greater value than the few words that you did speak to, though maybe you didn’t know the rest of the text had more value than a few words. I don’t know.
You had a whoooole lotta questions layered with deep concern and emotion in your OP. It’s clearly an important topic to you. But? There was only one question/fear there that I had the headspace to touch on, so I picked that one. If there were 20 replies already? I probably would have said nothing. Or might have teased out this aspect, or shared about that aspect. Another day? It could have been a different question I had headspace for, or a different six, completely missing the one you most wanted answered. Just because there is no way to know, in a complex and layered subject, what any individual values the most. Nor what will help them the most. Or be challenging. Or useless. Or whatever. As reasonable people? Can & do differ. All I can do is share my own experience & opinion. Sometimes that’s helpful. Sometimes not. Depends on the person reading it.