Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Problems are a fact of life...

The other constant in life is 'Problems'...

Change is the other constant in this world. Lives change, people change, things change, prices change, love changes, everything changes!

And with change comes problems. People are very habitual beings. We don't like doing things outside our habit. If we've gotten used to something, then, we would like it to remain as such until, well, for as long as possible. And when something disrupts the flow of things, we get thrown off track.

But too bad, the only constant in this world is change, and change brings about problems. You've just spent 2 weeks trying to understand 1 friend, and find that the fella changed in a second. You spend 3 years studying for a degree only to find that when you graduate, the syllabus has changed. You spend 3 months trying to find the perfect pair of earings only to find that the fashion scene has changed. And this creates problems.

We must also change our mindsets if we want to be successful. Most of the time, we focus too much on resisting change, or trying too hard to resolve the problems that change brings, that we fail to look at it from a better point of view.

In today's settings, we are always on the rush. We rush to finish our work, we rush from one place to another, we rush to do everything. Most of the time, we rush into such problems too soon. We haven't even seen why there is a problem, and yet, we've already plunged our heads into the issue.

But problems are always constant. Only those who have the ability to soar above their problems are capable of doing great things. If you keep on meddling in the minuscule issues of the problems below, most of the time, you'll not be able to see the greater vision on top. If you can work above the problems, you would be able to work better. Since problems are a constant, why not work above it instead of on it? I know it profound, and most of the time, it needs solving, but as rushers, we always prioritise problem sovling above the main objective.

If there's a job to be done, then finish the job, and the problems will sort itself out. It's like that most of the time. But if you only keep on trying to solve the problems, then, you'll not finish the job.

It's ok if you're confused. I am too...

Now isn't that a problem???


Blogger Gab said...

Ever wonder why it's so hard to keep to your New Year's resolution? It's hard to change and stick to it. I'm guilty as charged. No matter how often I tell myself to eat less junk and fill up on healthy food, I just somehow "forget". Purposely, I guess. I love junk food. Or perhaps, don't procrastinate so much. But I can't. I'm used to it, so why Change?

October 19, 2005 4:59 pm  
Blogger SaDdNesZ.jc said...

hahahaha... sometimes, we're ust lazy blobs...

but the world is always changing, and if we don't change with it fast enough, we fall behind...

October 19, 2005 5:17 pm  

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