Problems are not bad, they are just difficult…

When I was a kid, I always wondered why problems exist in this world and used to hate them. But during my growing-up years, I discovered the new insight that they play an important part in our lives. Problems are not bad they are just difficult and that’s why we don’t like them. Your problems let you discover your strengths & your true potentials. 
Before getting casted into any beautiful shape, iron has to go through a red hot stage. If u hit the iron without passing it through red hot stage you can never mould it into desired shape. Likewise, before going through hardships, which we termed generally as problems, we can never become a good human being. More the problems you encountered, more refined you would be as a human. 

One more quality that your problems instill in you is the feeling of compassion. You develop the abilities to feel the pain of other’s. It develops empathy as well. 

Now, just think once, how could problems be bad, they teaches you compassion, empathy, let you discovered your true potentials. So, stop hating them and start learning from them. Next time before calling them bad, give it a second thought. They actually aren’t. 

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14 thoughts on “Problems are not bad, they are just difficult…”

  1. There are always two sides of looking to a problem.Though your post reflects the well known perceptions but I am glad you covered both aspects.What new thing I recently experienced is what you have very nicely mentioned:
    ”One more quality that your problems instill in you is the feeling of compassion. You develop the abilities to feel the pain of otherโ€™s. It develops empathy as well.”
    If we can feel this by the end of the day,then our problems will no longer seem obstacles..they will just look like small stones to success and ultimate love.

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