Life, as we know it, is a mixture of obstacles and highways. If we are to notice this one fact, we would all appreciate the balance that is set, even in the midst of our agonies.
If this is true, then why are there so many people suffering over petty things? Why is it that common perception tells us that when one is in his lowest point, there is nothing more that could save him from destruction? And why is it that when one experiences pain, there is nothing else that creeps in him but pain alone?
These may all be true. But have you ever noticed how the road of your perdition bends to somewhere calmer? To a road that is less traveled because one is overwhelmed with self pity and too much concern on his agonies? To a bend along the ever-crooked road that continuously slopes downhill? To an alley that sheds light to the distressed?
These are not new to you and the road that we are pertaining to here is not a road that you haven't heard before. Strangely enough though, you have never taken time to turn to this road and explore what avenues it could offer in solving your problem.
Thus, the problem in not solving your problem lies in your belief and convictions, in your pessimistic views of life and in your attention to the dark clouds overhead.
You are the subject here. Thus, the solution or the complication of your problem will be largely dependent on whatever actions you take lies in the attitude you have once you embark on dealing with your problems.
Knowing these, it would be easier to start with solving your problem. However, knowledge alone on the problem without practical initiatives would bring you to nothing. In fact, we are often subjugated when we know too much. Have you ever heard of paralysis in analysis? Well, that's the very core of the problem. But we are not saying that you must not know your problems well enough. It is just that once we are exposed to the facts relating to our problems, we are further overwhelmed by the odds that we are trying to trample on that in the end, we become hopeless, not wanting to resolve our problems any longer.
Don't throw up. Don't hold back. Never quit.
You may have heard all these before but looking at them from another point of view, you will find that these classics are always new, depending on how you apply them to your condition.
When you are trying to solve a problem, never jump on the nearest window that you can see or lay yourself on the nearest mud pool that's within your sight. Ignore these. Instead, look at the brightest sides of the mountain where the sun rises and where the fields are truly luscious. Seek the nearest spring lakes and hunt for the most wonderful creature within your boundaries.
Change your perspectives. Change the way you look at things. Sometimes, the solution to your problems lies on your very eyes.
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Article Added on Saturday, January 27, 2007
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