What right do you have to talk about something you have never even done?
No, that's not a rhetorical question.
It's an actual question.
What right does one really have?
Thoughts have weight. Significant weight too. But ultimately, and probably understandably too, they are trumped by action, by the done deed. It's really not that much of a disappointment. If anything, it's nice to have that agency of action, to test out your thoughts in the lab.
I think it's about weight.
How is it that there are a million things to do in my head and only one gets done in the amount of time that 'I' think can fit the entire million?
Why so disparate, dear brain? Please get better at math or something.