We often get questioned by others or question ourselves about why we want to do the things we do. This questioning can be helpful sometimes, but sometimes it can hold us back. We may not really have a ‘’good’’ reason to do the things we want to do and that makes us not want to do them. We may think it is stupid or silly. We start to doubt ourselves. Then we decide not to do these things even though we want to.
I have done many things in life without any particular reason for why I wanted to do them. I guess I really did not have a specific reason, it was just something I wanted to do. People would ask me why. In most cases, the best answer I had was because I wanted to and there was no reason not to. That was good enough for me. Based on some people’s reactions, it was clear they thought this was an odd response. I found their response to my response odd.
The next time you find yourself contemplating taking a certain action and you are feeling resistant to it for some reason, instead of asking why you would or should do this thing, ask why not? You may not be able to think of a solid, concrete reason why you should do it, but if you cannot think of a reason not to and it is something that piques your interest, proceed!
Life is too short for the incessant questioning we often put ourselves through. If you get an urge to do something, just do it. Instead of asking why, ask why not.
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