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The Solution Often Comes With Love

When people face problems or illnesses, they tend to describe them in a certain way. After a while, these descriptions become repetitive, leaving no room for solving the issue. Lengthy and repetitive descriptions only solidify the problem. The first step to solving a problem should be to break free from habitual descriptions of it. Where problems arise, there is also love. If one focuses entirely on the problem, one's vision becomes narrow and only observes the details, lacking a holistic perspective. Whoever shifts their focus towards finding solutions will be able to bring the entirety of the problem within their vision, and from this vast interconnectedness, they can find a way out. The causes of problems and the solutions both stem from love; it's just that they point in different directions.

Extracted from “No Waves without the Ocean: Experiences and Thoughts”

by Bert Hellinger

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