I agree that some problems are simple while others are complicated. Some can be solved in minutes, hours, days, months or even years. Different problems may still require a miracle haven done all possible. Irrespective of the nature, problems require unique processes to be solved.
May I make the following points please…
Point 1: People treat people like they are the problem hence compounding and complicating the initial problem. If you can learn to be objective enough to separate “the person” from “the problem”, it’ll make a huge difference.
Point 2: You can’t solve a problem you’re a part of. You must first separate yourself from the said problem to solve it.
Point 3: The world seem to be loaded with various problems. However, if you ain’t solving one, you are probably creating one! There is no ‘sitting on the fence, no in-betweens.
Point 4: Problems bring out the best in you! Each time you Solve one, you are empowered to conquer…it builds faith in you to move forward. It develops your ‘mental muscles’ and sharpens your creative ability!
Point 5: Problems feed on neglect, don’t look away; FACE IT!
The attitude you maintain in the face of challenges is the ultimate determinant of a lot of things…
Point 6: Ideally, humans are to be representatives of the God who created them. I can’t imagine that God would have created YOU a problem and not a solution. If you’re not a ‘solution’, you are living against purpose rather than aligning with it: that is an abuse!
Point 7: Ultimately, problems have a way of either leading us to God or deepening our walk with Him. Don’t be deceived to run from Him in the name of shame, hopelessness or helplessness; its a trap! Running from God is a much bigger problem than the one you are running from!
Haven followed this article from start to finish, it’ll be an unapologetic show of ‘Lack of Understanding’ if you remain indifferent.
You have ALL it takes!