This video here really is mostly about what's said in it as opposed to other factors that usually might be worth addressing in a piece of animation, so while I can give the barebones analysis on art, music and actual animation with a universal, "good but minimalist", it's really the message that's worth talking about most.
With both the title and your author's comments you seem to address your point as "Think Less", but in reality that's not only very poor advice but also not really what the point your video made at all. Your actual content seemed to a very glib push towards talking to people instead of doing nothing, or in other words to be more spontaneous when dealing with human interaction. Perhaps a little better than your motto, but still kind of silly.
See, it's not society that teaches you to clam up and resist talking to anyone that you encounter, it's the basic human interactions that everyone undergoes when they're busy growing up. Fact is that while someone might be the most interesting person you've ever talked to, most of them are dullards not worth exchanging two words with. Even if they manage to be only mildly interesting it's unlikely that you'll pinpoint the exact area that they are educated or experienced enough to be interesting in on the first conversation, and even then being interesting is subjective, so while they might be interesting in the area of choice, you might find the entire thing dull. Of course, even if they are interesting, it's even more likely that you aren't(no offence, just basic probability there).
This is entirely why people flock to like minded groups, why they go to places where commonalities are more likely to exist, and why they often hang around people of the same age groups. It's because there's a higher chance they will meet someone worth talking to and syncing up with. By all means try just talking to random people that you encounter, just be ready to meet a lot of boring people and to get a lot of awkward uncomfortable looks while doing it.