14 July 2017
We tend to give too much attention to things that do not deserve a half of the half of such attention we give to them.
More often than not, this is largely because failure to find something to nurse gives one sickness of the mind and could even detach one’s body from the soul.
It has been said that there are three enemies of personal peace, regret over yesterday’s mistake, anxiety over tomorrow’s problems and ingratitude over today’s blessing.
So when problem is given the needless attention without taking the needed steps, it develops roots for itself and keeps growing deeper.
To prevent this, one has to weed it before it grows roots. And if it has grown roots, then it can as well be uprooted. And to weed or uproot it is to share it.
You may not know or understand the power in the axiom “a problem shared is a problem half solved” until you actually put it into practice.
So share your problems with your friends, good friends. These days, good friends have become easier to identify from the lots of mockers and gossipers.
Find the Solutionists and the positivists among them, share it with them and get your problems have solved.