Is There a Solution for Every Problem? – Healthy Positive Mind –
Whether we like it or not, the problems are part of our life. There is nothing we can do to avoid them all. It is impossible.
There is no way to pre- fixed and give us everything in life to running smoothly.
The problems, crises and challenges, obstacles are, I repeat, is an integral part of life. Through them we learn and grow.
Life is not always a calm sea. We can be angry about it, but we can learn to sail.
Questions like a magic wand, that if you look at obstacles as something that is normal and what happens to everybody, they become a task that must be solved and someone approached patiently and with all the knowledge, skills and experiences that we have available.
For every problem there is a solution. I believe that, in our lives we was many times convinced that all, or everything can be resolved.
Is there a solution for every problem?
I thought a brief of this statement, and realized it was a misunderstanding probably arose in different expectations about what the solution to the problem.
Yes, for every problem there is a solution!
Before I explain this, I will share with you a quote that I read a long time ago and that is one of the guiding principles in my life.
The problem is not where you see it, but to where you observe.
The first time I read anything I could not understand. How that? This man is saying that I am the problem? At first glance, it does not sound too optimistic, but come to think of it is. Just optimistic.
If it’s me, it’s the solution to me. If I am responsible, then you have power and can do something and come up with a solution.
Does this mean that I can solve every problem?
But- it does not mean that we have the power to keep things the way we want.
For every problem there is a solution. Sometimes the solution is that we accept that something can not influence, and those accepting yourself back peace.
In this regard, there is a problem for each solution.
To be well imagine that we can not influence that some situation changes?
If you can, what can I do?
If not, how to accept it?
It has long been said, St. Francis of Assisi, in his prayer which I believe can serve everyone. And believers and atheists.
God, give me courage to change what I can change, give me the strength to accept what I can not change, and most of all, give me the wisdom to distinguish one from the other.
Do not remain only on prayer and passive waiting for some higher power solve the problem, I suggest you do the following exercise.
Write down some of your problem. Then, when you see it written down so, ask be- whether I can to influence this? And give yourself enough time to get to the right answer.
If the problem is complex, break it down into individual problems and for each of these problems question your self- that I can to influence this?
If you can, do everything in your power.
If you can not accept it as a reality and your time and energy point somewhere where it will be effective.