Yes but that does not mean there's not a search for depth. I agree one is to explore different paths and take the time to see what resonates the most with one's soul. At the same time, spirituality can also become an escapism, going from one line to the other as a hobby and ego trip of "who has tried most different craziest things", "have you heard this or that? have you done that?" like badges to be collected. I have always appreciated how I've heard from Buddhists to check different lines as "this one might not be the one for you, but keep searching". All roads might go to the same place, but if we change the roads too often, we are forever starting over and scaping the possible depth of the journey. Sadly, spirituality has turned into a product to be consumed, bragged about and discarded.