When I was a kid, I was always told that I talked just for the sake of talking. I asked questions that no one felt were relevant and most of the time never responded to. I was a chatty kid, but I was also curious about why things are the way they are. Older generations tend to respond to those out of the box thoughts as “That’s just how it has always been”. Our curious thoughts were instantly turned into meaningless banter. But questioning those “meaningless” thoughts is probably the most intelligent thing a person can do. Nothing in life is black and white. There is an explanation behind everything on Earth. We might not be able to see that explanation with the human eye or because of its complexity, but that explanation exists. The grass isn’t green just because it felt like being green, and the sun doesn’t just rise and fall for our sleeping convenience. Although those were juvenile examples, it represents the main idea of what I am talking about. Questioning things that don’t make sense is necessary for a society to grow and thrive. What feels like a meaningless thought in the moment, could be extremely important to think about in the long run.
Meaningless Thoughts: The Most Important Thoughts