Is every problem has solution?
In life whether we can solve all problems and can we find solutions for it? If not why
There is a solution for every problem. The solution may not be what you want it to be or even in keeping with your personal code; but, there is a solution.
Someone said enduring or perservering is being indecisive about a solution. Do you think that? If so would you see it as a cop out? Or can time be the solution more often than not?
You are right pippap ..Sometimes solutions may not be favorable for us.
Enduring or perservering can be an excuse for inactivity. In that case, it is a cop out. However, if it is true enduring; then, it is a realistic solution.
easiest answer. no when some things are broke you cant fix them. like trust, possibly faith, grief, not all thing have solutions but maybe ways around them
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