As a child I loved solving problems. The gratification of solving a problem delivered a much greater sense of purpose in my life, almost that “smartest person in the world” type feeling. I’ve also experienced the “sink before you swim theory.” Some problems require the strategic of time to relinquish results that initially delivers the next careful step in theoretical planning. If not careful, handling problems without prior knowledge could bring forth a more chaotic, theatrical setting that’s guaranteed to orchestrate unfamiliar emotions. Problems resolve their own issues depending on the will of “letting go.” We can’t solve them all, no matter how much we encourage…….. try solving this.
– C.A. Thomas