Every word written comes from thought. What you wrote is a thought. It is a thought about not having thought.
This is your limited experience. I'm saying it's possible to live in a state where thought is secondary and purely practical.
The only way to live without thought every minute of every day is to physically die, or brain death, or coma
Again, just because you don't have the capacity to see something does not mean it's not possible. I spend hours with practically no thought every day, it's simply a matter of directing energy into action. But to do this one must first be willing to face everything which life might throw at you without flinching, when you flinch, you think, and when you think you start a never ending process.
Thoughts are here to stay. And they are no problem. The problem is identification with thought. No thought happens- but not in a concrete “nevermore” way.
What you are expressing is the result of a thought process reaching a conclusion based on viewing itself. Of course thought would assert that it's here to stay and it's not a problem. I'm saying that's bullcrap.
You seem to be identified with not having any thoughts.
You seem to be very keen on making assumptions and giving advice, how about dropping the belief that you know something which I don't and approach what I'm saying with an open mind?
This statement again feels relevant:
Thought is the effect of inaction. When one chooses not to act, thought follows.