There is always a solution to any answer or problem?How many have that vision?
No. There isn't. You can have a problem without any solutions sometimes.
I do believe there is. (This is going to be fun!) If your problem is that you are thirsty, then the solution would be to take a drink of something. Easy enough solution when the answer has many choices of things we naturally keep available in life. YET... Take the same problem with the same obvious solution, but add that your walking in the middle of the desert with an empty canteen. Now your simple solution just became a whole new problem, "Where would you find a drink?". Even that new problem has a solution, like get a drink from an oasis or in a town... problem solved! Though well thought out, still a new problem from a previous solution is at hand... "How do you stay alive until destination is reached?". THE ULTIMATE ANSWER: When your problems run out of solutions, then I guess your life is over. But it's still up to you if you stop and sit idle or continue to walk and die trying!
by bexydebs 21 months ago
how can god give you something and then take it away againmy husband left me for my so called best friend, and i pray so hard to god to bring my husband back home to me and give our married another go, which i thank the lord for he answer my prays, but then the lord brought my husband back home to...
by Devika Primić 4 years ago
Do you think love is the answer to all your problems?
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