Some problems are unsolvable,or at the very least,they do not have one definite solution.But in the pursuit of solving such issues,we sometimes end up solving some unanswered questions we did not intend to solve.I guess there is always a bright side no matter the scale.
There are only two ways to counter a problem: Either you solve it or forget it’s existence,at least for the time being.
First one is a very palpable option! What about the latter? Solving is what everyone of us try to do.But sometimes we need to forget.We cannot do everything all the time,at least alone.Over-stressing doesn’t help you face problems but preparing for stress does.You sometimes need to wait for the right time and opportunity.
Isn’t our education system a great example for it? We don’t teach college level math to a middle schooler – not because they can’t solve it – but because they can’t solve it RIGHT NOW.
If we could solve all of our problems in one day,we wouldn’t have any problems on the next day.But that doesn’t happen,does it? If you can solve something,solve it.If you can’t solve something,prepare for it.
There are two ways to make change possible – in both cases you need to become ‘big’ relative to the task.
Either you grow your knowledge and skill – become an expert at doing something.
Or you shrink the challenge – you divide your goal into smaller individual attainable actions.
Either way,you become more daunting than the task itself.Do not fear the task.Let the task dread you and follow your way instead.
Once you become capable or believe that you have become capable – your chances of succeeding increase significantly.
Shrink the negative thoughts the shrinker of optimism.
Spread joy to broaden your perspective of happiness.
Whatever your objective is – tackle it the way it tackles you.
We focus on worrying about our problems,rather than experimenting out creative solutions.
You can’t calm down a storm.You can only calm yourself to face the storm.
History helps us to understand past problems to build a better planned future.