All problems can be solved.


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Action is necessary to solve a problem.

A solution that is not-implemented, is no better than not having a solution.

But non-action or doing nothing is also important.  Doing nothing, absolutely nothing, is much better than doing something that will not work, something that is totally stupid, and might cause more harm.

Also doing something gives the impression that the problem is solved.  Later, everybody finds out that the solutions did not work.  Time and resources were wasted.

People like action.  They want something to be done, anything.  They have short attention spans and get impatient quickly and very easily.

They lack maturity.  They are simple minded dolts.


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October 18, 2011 at 7:03 pm

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