The Problem Is Not The Problem, The Problem Is Your Attitude About The Problem

Every person must have a problem, sometimes the problem can make someone’s life disturbed, some people think the problem is dangerous and harmful. I think it is right that the problem is actually not a problem but the problem is our ethics in responding to the problem. Sometimes a small problem can be a big problem just because we are wrong in responding to the problem. Do not be the person who created the problem, but be a person who hates the problem.

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JACK SPARROW

If everyone has good ethics in response to the problem, then this world there will never be a problem. A small problem or a big problem will be easier to solve. maybe we can not force people to have good ethics in response to a problem, we can only hope that the problem in this world is reduced, and we can live a more quiet and peaceful. I hope there is no a religious problem which is making us broke, social problems that make us hate each other, the problem authority which makes us destroyed, problems of cultural differences that make our mutual insult and blaspheme each other and all the problems that hurt us.  I believe there will be no problems in this world, if we have good ethics in response to the problem.

 

” The Problem Is Not That There Are Problem. The Problem Is Expecting Other Wise And Thinking That Having Problems Is A Problem “

– THEODORE RUBIN –

3 Comments

  1. Ankur Mithal says:

    Theodore Rubin does seem to have a point. Nobody said there will be no problems in life.

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    1. alifsatria00 says:

      you are right, but it’s just my hope and my opinion, in life must has many problem, i tell about the attitude about the problem and get the reason 🙂
      thanks for your comment.

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      1. Fandy TIC says:

        youa are welkome men, sureee iame sure tangkayu

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