What You Seek Is Seeking You – May 23, 2022

Dear beloved ones,

The word “problem” comes from Greek, meaning “to seek.” The word was used by Plato in the sense of “search for the truth.

The word “problem” is used not only for the search for the truth but also for a situation that is disagreeable or unpleasant and where a solution is required.

Problems are not a curse. They are part of life because we are living beings, and living beings will face problems in their lives.

Life is a journey. Life is a series of problems. The real problem is not the problem itself but our attitude towards it.

Every day, life is a challenge. We have many problems in life. Problems are not the cause of unhappiness, but our reaction to the problems that cause us unhappiness.

Life is full of problems, but if you know the art of solving them, then your life will be easy and very happy.

In other words, if you know how to solve a problem before it even occurs or before you face it, then you can easily handle it. There is no use being afraid or worried about the problem when you already know how to handle it.

Problems are like shadows; there is always light behind them. When you face the problem with courage and analyze it from different angles, then you will find the solution.

You can not stop life from coming at you with problems. But you can decide how you react to them. Yes, they will come your way, but you do not have to make them bigger than they really are. When faced with a problem, remain calm and tackle it as it comes.

We should be grateful that we have problems in our lives, as it is proof that we are living. It is always better to have a problem than not to have one. Problems build our character and teach us many things about life.

Problems are not obstacles. They are opportunities. Problems are opportunities for growth and evolution. When you overcome your problems, you grow stronger, more confident, and happier.

Problems are not stumbling blocks on the road to success. They are stepping stones. Problems can be solved by the one who has the courage to confront them.

Do not run away from your problems. Do not bury your head in the sand like an ostrich. Face your problems, and you will find a solution for them.

If you are afraid of your problems, then you need to build up your inner strength and courage to face them. Your inner strength will dissolve all types of problems in your life.

Problems will come and go. They are part of life. Some problems are big, and some are small. Some problems are challenging, but many can be overcome with simple actions.

Try to solve the problem yourself before asking for help. But if you need it, ask for help from friends, family, or professionals. Never give up on a problem because you can’t solve it immediately.

Problems have different solutions depending on your mindset and attitude. Keep trying until you find a solution that works for you.

For any problem, there is an opportunity to be found, so look for it and use it wisely.

There are three types of problems:

1) Problems that need to be solved immediately.

2) Problems that must be resolved but can be done later.

3) Problems that do not need to be solved at all.

The first one needs immediate action; otherwise, we may suffer serious consequences. The second one needs some time and effort to solve properly so that we can have positive results in the future. The third one does not need any action because it does not create any problems for us, so we do not worry about it.

This is the Art of Problem Solving (APS).

Emotions have nothing to do with APS; if you have an emotional attachment to your problem, you will never be able to solve it using APS because your emotions will cloud your judgment. When you follow APS, then your emotions are taken care of automatically because they are part of your problem, not part of the solution.

Whether you’re looking to apply this concept to your life, your business, or both, I believe that if you have the right mindset, these lessons will benefit you in many areas of your life. So let’s get started.

1. When a problem arises, ask yourself what the outcome is that you desire.

2. Break down the problem into smaller pieces and focus on each piece individually.

3. Think through all the possible solutions to that particular piece, and be sure to analyze them from different aspects.

4. Evaluate which solution is best for that particular situation based on the end result you desire.

When faced with a problem, never allow yourself to think that this is the end of the world or, even worse, that all is lost because one problem has come your way. You have to tackle it as it comes and always keep in perspective that there is no problem that cannot be solved if you find the right solution for it.

Never allow yourself to get overwhelmed by them and never allow yourself to feel sorry for yourself when something goes wrong in your life because that is what happens in the course of living, whether rich or poor, an employee or self-employed, a student or those who have reached retirement age. Keep learning new things every day and enjoy your life!

We love you dearly.

We are here with you.

We are your family of light.


Aurora Ray

Ambassador of the Galactic Federation

Copyright 2022 Aurora Ray. All rights reserved.

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