THE SOLUTION IS NOT IN THE PROBLEM
A solution is not found in a problem. A solution may be found in spite of a problem. A problem may exist alongside a known solution and still be a problem. A problem is only valuable in its definition. In other words, what we call a problem is only a problem, because it represents the limit of what we know. To solve a problem we must look beyond what we know. Many so-called problems are opportunities that challenge us to grow. Next time you face a problem; search for a solution outside what you understand. Expand your worldview to see the whole. What appears as a problem up close may be a solution from another point of view.