Thoughts are though be because portions of reality get stuck on your web of mental models. The more you have the more you can think. (Though you can never capture everything)

The danger is when you have too much web for what you need to do. The extraneous caught thoughts become a form of good taste at the best and exclusionary judgement at the worst.

@aRandomCat a scarcity or fear based mindset never clears the cobwebs. This is increasing because the shelf life of “knowledge” is rapidly decreasing. The faster food spoils, the less safety you feel and the more frantic runs to the grocery store you have to do.

Combine this with never learning what a garbage can is and...

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