You Don’t Need A Reason To Do Anything

Recently, someone asked me why I had done something.

“What did you hope to get out of it?,” they asked. “What was the purpose?”

I thought for a second, having not really considered why exactly I did it, only that I did.

Then I said: “There was no desired outcome, no finish line to cross. I had no expectations — I guess I just felt like doing it.”