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Saturday, October 5, 2013

If you can’t solve a problem, learn from it

Here’s the irrefutable truth about Life: Everyone really gets what's their share in Life. And some of what may be given in Life, by Life, may be what’s unsolvable by us at a human level.

Clearly, not all of Life's problems can be solved. Because they are not meant to be solved. They are meant to be dealt with, to be lived through and to be learned from. Dealing with Life is a much better approach than trying to solve the unsolvable. How do you solve the death of a dear one? Or a relationship where there’s no trust anymore? Or a rare health condition that has no cure?

It is Life's nature to throw us into the deep end, untethered, and it is in our spirit, to deal with Life, with forbearance, with stoicism, with acceptance. And when we emerge from each ordeal, we come radiant, shining from the inner recesses of our soul! Live, therefore, your Life, learning from it even as you are dealing with it, and don't try to solve the unsolvable. If you can’t solve a problem, learn from the experience! That's living intelligently!

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