Does thinking a lot give you answers to problems in life?

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  • Does thinking a lot give you answers to problems in life?


Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 06:26
no ... but sometimes it does
Positive: 100 %
Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 22:17
No. In fact I believe the opposite. Ignorance is bliss, right? I think responsible minimalism (i.e., that doesn't mean you should act with stupidity) is key. But here I am 12:17am talking on an internet discussion board about responsible minimalism...
Positive: 100 %
Answer #3 | 29/12 2013 00:01
No, it stops you from living.
Answer #4 | 29/12 2013 00:02
Thinking gives you answers to your problems. Thinking 'a lot'... gives you more questions to be answered.
Answer #5 | 29/12 2013 00:29
Thinking gives you answers, but OVER THINKING makes un-rational decisions because you technically fry your brain trying. Sometimes, problems fix themselves, while others you can get up and do something about. Some are internal issues, which require thinking, and many are just past issues you can't get over. Problems from the future, problems for what's coming; If this helps, focus on the "now". What you do have control over. It will help you alot. :)
Answer #6 | 28/12 2013 22:19
No. If you think too much, it means you're daydreaming.
Answer #7 | 28/12 2013 22:18
Depends what u think about. And it depends on whether your just thinking or contemplating
Answer #8 | 28/12 2013 22:19
No. Sometimes Thinking Too Much Can Make The Problems Worse. Its Okay And Solutional To Think Of Ways To Solve Your Problems. As Long As You Don't Get To Carried Away In The Thought Process. Otherwise You Might Start Thinking More About The Problem Then The Answer.
Answer #9 | 29/12 2013 01:54
There is nothing to think about life but experience. i.e. Life is for experience. Luke 5:39 Also no man that drinketh old wine, straightway desireth new; for he saith, The old is better.
Answer #10 | 28/12 2013 22:16
Yes, but you also have to learn, read, and experience it too, plus it doesn't hurt to have help as well.
Answer #11 | 29/12 2013 10:06
Not necessarily
Answer #12 | 29/12 2013 10:30
In life no. In existence yes.
Answer #13 | 29/12 2013 09:49
I very much agree with "Sophia" that bcoz I think too much and I've had too many problems in my life bcoz there were so many questions posed by life in front of me and I'm still dealing with them(like "Is life fair or not" etc.). But I think that Thinking(Whether it is less or too much) comes from Curiosity and More a person is Curious(about life) more he/she thinks. So, Curiosity is not a bad thing(Remember all great people were more curious than normal people around them). But As we all know that "Curiosity is a Double Edged Sword" and if we are not good enough to be curious or to find all those answers that we want to know. We will get crushed by the Mental Strain that comes from unanswered Questions in our mind. I think Curiosity is better than Apatheticness, bcoz it is very tough(and "Right"). To be curious than to just Live like a person who only cares about living or should I say Surviving (bcoz then you don't have search anything you just have to follow others and cling to life). Hope you found your answer!!
Answer #14 | 29/12 2013 06:57
I know that if you rub two brain cells together and ask God the answer will come to you faster the just thinking about life and its problems.
Answer #15 | 29/12 2013 02:40
Not really, only if your born that way. You have the Natural Process of life, so you cannot read a book on proper listening, you have to live it to learn it. People that turn 13-18 years old usually think too much, this is sometime caused by FEAR, and TRUST. So, it's not really good to think constantly, not unless you were born this way.
Answer #16 | 29/12 2013 05:49
If that thinking is focused and concentrated on finding objective relations with whatever subjects it there will always be a part of the brain and the mind that are dedicated to that. It may be a conscious problem but the solution needs many unconscious hours deeply dedicated to working on it much like a computer that does all the hard number crunching at levels the would make anyone conscious a bit dizzy. Finally it will relax that portion of its dedicated self as it now can relate objectively with whatever it was that had it computerizing so much. We all do it. But not all of us are aware of it. Having been afloat upon this ocean during its turbulent times and during its peaceful times to have enough experience to understand this it takes a lot of patience to understand enough to let the mind just do its thing and find objective reality out of subjective reality.
Answer #17 | 29/12 2013 05:56
not you but us. Culture is a collective effort, and although breakthroughs may be localised, locality is always understood in the context of community.

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