We should not question what the value of our actions are, rather concentrate on just having the experience. The human experience is surrounded in variables and moments of chaos. Searching for the chaos holds no value in the human experience. Since there is no value in an irrational universe, chaos is inevitable part of our experience and just is. Lifting the veil of trying to understand why things are the way they are, is what makes us tick.
Perhaps that’s what it all boils down to: navigating the uncertainties of the mind (and our life) with clarity can only be possible if we step away from the chaos, and focus on the present — which is the only information we really have at hand, when you think about it. Thanks for sharing!