Right action doesn’t demand too many thoughts

Thought arises only when there is
a challenge, a problem, a doubt, a dispute.

If everything is well-settled,
then there is no need to think.

Right action doesn’t demand too many thoughts,
because if you are still thinking a lot,
then that thinking will impede the action.

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