Although people are ok with it and come up with “interpretations” or “what he meant was …”
Isn’t that essentially excusing people or bad things/thinsg that don’t make sense.
It’s concerning we are getting to the point that its “ok” to have lines that make no sense in context to anything but its “ok” since we excuse it and make interpretations of things.
I would never “excuse” the terrible things in TRoS, but out of everything the movie does badly I just honestly don’t see any issue with that particular line, in context I don’t see how it “makes no sense”. In fact I’d say you’re the one making an oddly literal “interpretation” of a line that is meant to have a more broad and figurative/symbolic meaning. Do you honestly think Luke is saying that there are a thousand generations of Jedi possesing/living inside Rey’s body? When he says “because she saw your spirit, your heart”, do you think he meant Leia used a Force X-ray power to stare at Rey’s beating heart? There’s nothing in the movie to indicate that Luke was speaking literally. It’s quite the opposite, as in the climax, where the Jedi spirits communicate with Rey, it’s clearly shown to be an outward connection (as she looks far into the vastness of the stars), in complete contrast with Palpatine’s “my spirit will pass into you, as all the Sith live in me”.