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The problem with solving problems. You are always changing your view on the problem as time passes by. So much that sometimes you do not realize that you have solved the problem. (1)

We spend all our lives in solving problems.

At work. At our personal relationships. Everywhere.

But why try to solve problems in the first place?

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Why not move backwards in time and go back to an era where there were no problems at all? Be a kid. No, you weren’t stupid back then. You are now. Because no matter how many things you’ve learned, you have forgotten the most important non-knowledge you ever had: That in the beginning you didn’t know anything at all*…

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* And, thus, all “knowledge” (and related problems) gained afterwards is based on that nothing. Difficult? Never mind. You will solve it. Eventually…

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