Do not read...
Things go wrong all the time. We see it around us, at work, at home, everywhere. Life would be boring without problems. Fixing them is fun and rewarding but...
Not when they keep coming back or you can't seem to find the right solution.
Too often then nov the problem we're trying to fix is just a symptom of the real problem. Solving symptoms won't solve your problem.
To put it simply...
If you're allergic to cats and you live with a cat. You can take as many pills as you want, it may help temporarily, but your allergies are always going to come back as long as the cat is there. The cat is the problem, not the itching or sneezing. The later two are just symptoms.
So when you look at problems around you, make sure you seek the problem and don't try to fix only the symptoms.
Attack the problem.
...but you can be so much more.
Such a bad advice to tell someone they're enough.
What a waste it would be to stop where you are because you think you are enough.
I was confident that I was enough when I was 16 years old. I was wrong. I couldn't be more wrong. I grew beyond any wildest expectations I could have had at the time.
So am I enough today? I sure hope I'm not. Growing is living.
A better advice would be...
You have all the potential you need to achieve the greatest things.
But you have to use that potential and not let it go to waste. It's a choice we all have to make.
There's only one way to grow and that's to get uncomfortable.
There's really only three ways to live. We're either moving forward, standing still or falling backward.
If you stay active but are comfortable, then you're standing still. It's either time to change or find new challenges within your current situation.
Do those things that makes you uneasy and move forward.
I'm not going to talk about falling backward because I'll assume that no one not interested in moving forward would read such a post this far.
Now, step it up. You'll feel great once you've accomplish those uneasy tasks.
Everything is simple.
The greatest wisdom comes from understanding the simplicity of the things that surrounds us.
I thinks it's Stephen Hawkins who said "The Universe is made of complex systems build on simple principles."
Yes, life is complex. But every principles on which it is governed are simple. The wisdom comes from finding and understanding those simple principles.
Seek simplicity in everything you do.