A problem well-defined is a problem half solved.
Albert Einstein once said, “If I only had an hour to save the world, I would spend 55 minutes defining the problem and only 5 minutes solving it”.
Very often the way the problem starts is the only way it could end and there is no other solution to it, in short, the problem itself flags off the way for a solution. Digging deeper into the problem throws light on how to fix it.
The solution to a problem lies in the problem itself, the cure to disease is in the disease itself, and the answer to a question is in the question itself. For example, when the body is unable to digest a particular fruit after eating a piece of watermelon, an uneasy feeling is experienced, right then chewing five or six watermelon seeds cures the discomfort.
Not to say for the least, this fact is so much true in other areas and in our routine lives as well.

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