There are many types of problems that can exist for humans. Relationship and social problems can happen and occur. Construction problems can happen, that is, when constructing a building, some sort of issue can arise. Economic problems can exist. Moral and philosophical problems can exist. Mathematical problems can exist. It is personal problems that can potentially affect one’s own emotions the most.
Social and societal problems can potentially affect individuals. Some problems can be both social/societal and personal. Economic problems affect society as a whole through affecting many individuals at once. Moral problems that are interpersonal and social in nature can often be quite difficult to solve, it seems. Some problems can take a long time to solve. If one gives up on solving a problem or problems, then it seems that the problem’s or problems’ likelihood of being solved will drop significantly.
Personal problems can create distress for one’s own self, potentially. To overcome and remove this distress, solving problems can potentially be quite useful. Perhaps if more humans utilized greater amounts of creativity and perseverance when attempting to solve problems that are part of living on Earth, then this Earth will become a significantly better and more pleasant place for all humans to live.
Perseverance is frequently required when attempting to solve problems. Creativity can be useful when attempting to solve problems. Experimentation and research are often quite useful when attempting to solve problems. Seeking help from others can potentially be quite fruitful when attempting to solve problems. Successfully solving problems can potentially feel extremely good.
Attempting to hide from, deny or escape for problems that exist is frequently counter productive. Problems will sometimes go away on their own, but this is likely the exception, rather than the rule. Denying or running for problems can often allow problems to become worse, even, it seems. Hopefully more individuals on Earth will persevere when attempting to solve problems, if for no other reason than that successfully solving problems can potentially feel extremely good.