The Problems, You Will Always Have with You

Have I gone on already about how we should count our problems rather than our blessings? From this year’s Best Book Ever, 4000 Weeks, comes the idea of how we often get upset not only at our problems themselves, but somehow, at the mere fact that we have problems at all. We shouldn’t be having problems! Life should be problem-free! If you have a problem, what’s your problem?

The problems, though, you will always have with you.

Suppose, then, every day you listed your top 3 problems. Day after day, you’d see, there’d be no trouble coming up with 3 problems. You’ll always have 3 problems to list. It’s just a matter of what they are.

This way maybe you’ll stop getting upset about having problems.

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