Similarly to the way we think of issues as problems, when we think of solutions, we tend to automatically think of answers as the “potential antidote” to a particular problem. Thus, if the world is burning, we think of water; or if a society is broke then we find ways to give them money; or if someone is sick with a chronic illness that we find or create some drug as a cure. Yet the incredible truth is that issues are often the outward symptoms of a deeper cause; and that the true solution may have little to do with the immediate issues.

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