Oftentimes, thinking deeply is the antithesis of thinking clearly
The Philosopher’s Problem: When and Why Thinking Can Be Harmful
Zat Rana

It’s the saddest thing in the world. You spend all that time unraveling the cosmos in your head just to find that you are back where you started, and the action needed to tackle situation before you remains the same. Pondering is often more an act of escapism than it is an act of problem-solving.