What is the difference between an Idea and a thought? Think about it.
Hello old albion,
My unscientific answer would be that an idea makes you feel excited, elated and wanting to take action. A thought could be anything really, It could be meaningful or meaningless, useful or harming. Ideas make a real difference in my life while thoughts can sometimes be pure background noise.
Your 'Team Leader'
A thought is anything that pops into your head. Debating over an issue, what you think about someone, etc. An idea involves a plan or interesting thought. I think of an idea as a certain type of thought.
Team Leader. My thoughts are that an Idea is something that comes to mind totally unexpectedly, something that you did not have a notion of the moment before - A thought is something brought to mind, a reaction to a previous event, something to be thought about.
Iburmaster. Thank you for your answer, I think we all need to give this some thought. LOL.
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