“Who needs a problem, anyway…?”
Seldom a fairy tale ending like “…. and they lived happily ever after”, is true in real life.
Most love stories crash on the hard rock of reality. People experience a sense of anticlimax even after their long cherished dreams are realized. Their achievements fail to enthuse them. They invent reasons to be unhappy, feel disappointed, instead of going in for jubilation and celebration of their achievements.
Normally, life is always delivered in a mess
. We are expected to clean up the mess and celebrate life. The opportunities are wrapped in packaging materials of Problems and hardships. On your way to opportunities, either you opt for the hardship voluntarily or it is thrust upon you. Your well-wishers shower rebukes, threats or even real punishments. Few realize that the essence of life is in solving problems rather than relishing the aftermaths.Hence the uninitiated in the cult of
end up as the unhappy lot in their never ending search for happiness, thus creating the required state of problemness for prosperity.The whining complaints of undesirable state
of being, the bickering about “the other one’s fault” all lead to bitterness in interpersonal
relation. How silly! Fault finding nature may
at best be treated as “the faulty nature”.
doneed a fault
to work upon. “Enemy” is also a