On Problems and Solutions

Every day we prioritize, and focus based on our goals.

Every day we make choices.

Every day we evaluate.

Every day we are solving problems.

There are as many solutions and answers to our problems as there are sands on the shore. Whatever the ailment, there is a remedy. Of course, there may be side effects. The solution may cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or even death but my nose will stop running. In some cases, permanently.

Maybe that solution is a little overkill. It’s possible that I would prefer to be alive with a runny nose than to be dead with a dry nose. That’s my decision. But I can’t say I didn’t have any options.

It all depends on what I am trying to accomplish. How much can I invest? What’s it worth to me? What am I willing to sacrifice?

I can’t reach goals I don’t have. It’s hard to meet expectations that I didn’t know existed. I need a diagnosis before I get a prescription.

Let’s be careful not to put the cart before the horse.