Games of Thrones Not Always Logical but we Still Love It!

Updated on September 11, 2017 in Game of Thrones
1 on September 5, 2017

Where did the walkers get a chain to pull the dragon out of the water? How come Daenery was able to hold on to her dragon when it was flying at top speed? How come Ravens were able to fly so fast and how the hell did the Jon Snow survive the harsh weather when he fell into the ice-cold water? These are just some of the numerous questions that I had to deal within the last few days from a lot of Game of Thrones fans who just wanted a logical explanation to everything that happened in a series that is set in a mythical world where ghost and dragons exist. Like seriously?!?

This got me thinking, are we so obsessed with what is real and not that we forget to just take thing as they come and enjoy life? Why can’t we just enjoy the beautiful things of life without trying to make sense of everything that happens around u?

Science is amazing and we wouldn’t be here today without it but we cannot deny the fact the fact that it has made us all logic junkie that we cannot even make a wish when there is a shooting star.

Life is meant to be enjoyed and not analyzed so if you are looking for an explanation to every error then you would miss out on the gift of freedom that it brings.

 
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It is said “Two men look through the same bars; one sees kid and the other sees stars”. Which one of these men are you?
It is okay to use our imagination and creativity but also, let’s not be too consumed with the unknown that we forget to enjoy the known. I’d tell the GOT junkies to just enjoy the show and not beat themselves over things that don’t make sense-it’s part of the entertainment.
Do not miss the diamonds while busy picking the stones!

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