That which you do to solve your problem becomes the problem

That which we want to do in order to solve our problems, only feeds our problems.

My request is, for a moment stop resisting your problems.

Let them come, let them go. As you are sitting here, a few cars have passed by, a few bicyclists passed by, do you really say let them come, let them go? Do you say that? It happens and you have…




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