My conclusion is that Zeno's paradox is logical and real. The question should be "why do we not observe this is reality?" instead of being "what is the problem with the paradox?".
Another aspect to this is that we take our experience of reality for granted without actually understanding why we experience what we experience. The wisdom here is that collecting information about our Universe so that we can understand our Universe as well as trying to not make the mistake of presuming things is the source of knowledge wealth which is the source of all wealth. An example of this is the science of momentum and mass and what causes what we experience as Newton's principles of motion (mistakenly known as the Newton's 3 "laws" of motion).