It used to be that one of the greatest strengths about the way I think was that I saw things as simple. This was also one of my greatest weaknesses sometimes, but I think the world is severely lacking in people who can see life as simple. And because I believe that it’s easier for someone who sees things simply to learn to see complexities than for someone who searches for the nuances of everything to unlearn that, I was content in my simplicity.
I’m afraid, though, that I’ve lately begun tending away from simplicity — far, far away from it, accidentally drowning myself in the realm of overthought. I don’t like what that’s doing to me, but I can’t seem to remember how to avoid it.