Is there a point you eventually get to, (and I suppose this is true with any subject), when you decide that you should stop questioning every move you make and just live? We always analyse every situation, try and understand where we went wrong, dissect every moment, word, phrase, body language… anything to get a grip on some sort of “reality”, to in face fall face forward into fiction.
I realise that sometimes I think too much, try and understand and make sense of a situation that is unfathomable. You can’t get into people heads and truly know what they think, why they decide one thing and not another… people say you should live the moment, not to over think anything. I am not sure that is really any better than over thinking anything either. You can be over prepared, but walking blindly in is no way better… but is there really a middle ground? One where you sit in a situation live it as well as taking things as they come without questioning too much?
It’s impossible. It’s basically justifying stupidity. That said, there is no way of trying to put someone in a box or a category i order to understand the decisions they make. Of course, like with anything organic, there are patterns… that does not mean there are not anomalies. But, as I am an over-thinker, over-analyser, I will agree that taking a step back and not asking “why” too much, can only be beneficial. Carpe diem my life I suppose.
Anyway, I am just meditating on the subject… shall probably pick this issue up again.