Overthinking is a chess move, and it works well in games-of-the-like — checkers, cribbage and dice. But flip the table of direction over-and-otherwise.
Overthinking, in a full-heart & soul & life-context, is a result of unsettled thought & action, unresolved ego & mind or crazied experience & discourse.
I prefer to checkmate my overthoughts, let go of illusional control and, insteadly & ratherly, find a new and wide position. Once I do, all my words come out: I throw-shit kidding, smirkout my heartfelts and deal my reals. I make up words and scream-love on life.
I might lead from a pair, but I don’t overthink. My instincts matter too much.