thinking boundlessly

Von Julia Held

Why is it that for most problems the solutions we find appear to be only working in the short run, before the next obstacle we haven't thought about before appears? Why do we find ourselves constantly faced with new and unexpected situations of problems we thought we have solved already? And why does it seem that often when needing to solve a problem, no matter how hard we try to understand what happens and act according to it, it persists and leaves us feeling powerless toward it?

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