I feel like we should feel like we're doing something important. Well what the heck does that even mean? When considering the English shift to using the phrase "I feel like," we slightly change what we are attempting to say than if we were using other phrases. A feeling is nice but we need to change our feelings to what we know if we truly want to succeed in life, but maybe no architecture.
For architecture a feeling is kind of a good and a bad thing though. It take some type of intuition and creativity to come up with a problem solving design. I feel like this might work is a solid answer to an issue. You need to develop and initial feeling, an initial spark, to come up with something new. But at the point a "feeling" needs to become something greater, we must use ideas and words that are more concrete. Architects can't have a feeling about a design forever, at some point the design must come to exist.