Monday, November 12, 2018

 

Three Kinds of Problems You Can Solve, Big Problems, Small Problems and No problems. The Goat Story Reminds Me Good Things Are Good - The bad things Could Be Worse

There are three kinds of problems: Big problems, small problems and no problems.
Big problems - nothing could be worse. Wrong.
Things could be worse. You could have small problems.

Three Troubled Men
Imagine that once, long ago, a wise man had three visitors.
The first man had big problems. He was suicidal.
The second man had small problems. He was stressed.
The third man had no problem. He was aimless and bored.

The wise man asked the bored man to listen from the room next door to the solution to the other two men's problems.

No problems
One day, long ago, a wise man had two visitors.
In the morning, the first man called. He was a widow who was so fed up he had lost his job. He had no wife, no children, no home and no work.
The wise man said: I can suggest three solutions to your problem.  First Find somebody to marry. Three types of spouse. You could find somebody worse off, very poor. Help her. You get a basic job and offer her food and shelter and companionship.
The story of Job in the bible, called the bible by Christians, and the Old Testament by Christians.
Alternatively, find somebody who can help you. Look for a rich, clever woman. Tell you how much you admire her and would appreciate her help and companionship. Third option, avoid the rich and the poor. Find somebody like yourself, who wants a companion. Marry them and make the best of life together.
This problem is dealt with in the story of Job in the Hebrew bible, renamed by Christians as the Old Testament.

The wise man said, Get a job, and that will take your mind off your other problems. When you get paid, pay for some shelter. When you have a job and a home you will find a wife, and when you find a wife you will have children.

What I have
Some things are bad. I could do with more money. I am worried about things which have not yet happened and might I have food. I have shelter. I have a toilet. I have company.
Yesterday's problems are over. Today's problems will be over tomorrow.
never happen. As Benjamin Franklin said, Hope for the best but prepare for the worst.Things Could

Be Worse
The Goat Story





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