Lightness is the closest thing to godliness.
1. Smaller is better
This is my thought:
With a point and shoot camera you are more productive as a photographer. You shoot more, explore more, experience more, see more, and live more!
2. More playful
With a point and shoot, you can experiment more with your composition and framing. You can shoot more randomly!
3. Body-mind-zen-connection with your camera
You can shoot while you’re walking, you can shoot while you’re looking up, and you can shoot before thinking — the ultimate intuitive way to approach photography. To truly shoot from the gut, with no self censorship.
4. Great photographers with point and shoots
Essentially photographers in the past with small Leica rangefinder cameras were using “point and shoot” cameras. They zone focused, and just clicked. They strove to have the bare minimum basic equipment, to put as little distance between themselves and their subjects.
The more seamless your camera can integrate into your life, the better.
You will shoot more scenes which are meaningful to you— without hesitation or friction.
JUST SHOOT IT.
When in doubt, just shoot it.
Shoot more, worry less!