“When you find no solution to a problem, it’s probably not a problem to be solved but a truth to be accepted” Unknown
The quote flashed as soon as I opened Black lotus for the morning session. The first thing that came into my mind was the scene from the movie “PAAP.” John Abrahim, the young lad, was with a monk in the Tabo Monastery were having a conversation, and John was worried about how things are going to be normal or OK in his life shortly to which the monk answered.
“There are two types of problems in one’s life, first with a solution for which we don’t have to worry and second which doesn’t have a solution and worrying about that won’t help you at any cost, so it’s not worth worrying.”
Putting these two conditions in our life, we can quickly get at ease as these are the way you can take some time to think and then respond to a specific question, not react to a particular situation.
Getting back to the statement about a solution, there are ways of finding a solution to almost every problem in our hands, but we need to wait to analyze and take the right decision. Though it is not the situation at hand all the time as there is many situations in which we feel helpless and even question God why this happened to me or some other person, seldom we try to understand that it is a lesson which life is trying to teach us which we have to learn in a hard way.
So. The lesson to be learned is that we need to understand the situation to the core and then try to break it into pieces to get the best possible answer.