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Do you ever have the answer to your problem and just cannot solve it for whatever reason?




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      Denise Richardson wrote Aug 25, 2010
    • I have had insight concerning me on things at times and just couldn't put my finger on how to solve it, but it wasn't for me to solve it, it was God's plan to solve it He was just showing me, me! and that He was teaching me a lesson on how to deal with certain things that I was going through, but he wanted me to see me and how I needed to change but only through allowing him to make the change in me I just needed to be humbked and we all need to learn to humble ourselves at times because no matter what we think, HE IS in control. (whether we believe in Him or His word, when it's all over said and done, He is still going to be the one to judge us in the end.) hearthappy




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      Suzann wrote Aug 25, 2010
    • Similar to what Neicy said, but in slightly different language - when I can’t solve a problem, it’s often because I haven’t yet found the right way to frame the problem. Sometimes just looking at something from a different perspective, like injecting gratitude into it somehow or love, is enough to “solve” it.  

      At other times there may actually be no solution. Like, for me, how to save all the children of the world. I don’t have a solution - so all I can do is take the steps that are possible, work within my family and my community, and pray.

      And then there are the times I have an answer to a problem, but after awhile I realize it’s not the right answer. Then I have to journal about it, make lists of pros and cons, ask my therapist, and again - pray.




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      Lazylola wrote Aug 25, 2010
    • Yes, I’ve been hanging on to an impossible that I KNOW I need to let go.




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