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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Problems continue exactly as long as we from an idea from the past, are hoping to solve it in the future


Problems only exist in time; that will say: when we meet a challenge in an incomplete way.

This incomplete meeting with the challenge creates the problem.

When we meet a challenge partly, fragmented, or try to escape it – that will say: when we meet it without being present – then we create a problem.

And the problem continues exactly as long as we are the problem absent in past or future, as long as we, on the background of an idea from the past, are hoping to solve it in the future.

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