What Is Thinking Good for?

ThinkingWhen to ThinkRelated Pages6 Topic Groups9 Skills & Topics

When to Think & When Not to Think


Is human thought good for anything and everything? This brief page provides twelve examples for when to use thinking and when not to use thinking.



  • Read and discover how thoughts drive and keep the world mad.

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DO THINK

  • We need thinking and should develop it.

  1. To problem-solve.
  2. To cope.
  3. To mark or note.
  4. To analyze.
  5. To remember.
  6. To record.
  7. To categorize.
  8. To name and label.
  9. To recall.
  10. To make maps.
  11. To make diagrams.
  12. To store and memorize.
  13. To create a habit.
  14. To condition.
  15. To criticize.

DON’T THINK

  • We overuse thinking and should limit it.

  1. To do.
  2. To read.
  3. To love.
  4. To sing.
  5. To enjoy.
  6. To create.
  7. To forgive.
  8. To perform.
  9. To play music.
  10. To experience.
  11. To understand.
  12. To pray or meditate.

  • Read and discover how thoughts drive and keep the world mad.

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6 Topic Groups Menu


  • Read and discover how CBT, REBT, & Stoicism evolved into one system: STPHFR.

on Acceptance


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on Acceptance


  • Read and discover how thoughts drive and keep the world mad.

Book cover for "Planet Earth: Insane Asylum for the Universe"

9 Skills & Topics Menu


  • Read and discover how CBT, REBT, & Stoicism evolved into one system: STPHFR.

on Acceptance


  • Read and discover the world’s best breathing exercise for centering and peace of mind.

on Acceptance


  • Read and discover how thoughts drive and keep the world mad.

Book cover for "Planet Earth: Insane Asylum for the Universe"