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Do not dwell in the problem, dwell in the solution; the solution is God.

— Emmet Fox  <link>

The classic human problem: sinners tend to sin in response to being sinned against.

— Author unknown  <link>

On Problems

Our choicest plans have fallen through,
our airiest castles tumbled over,
because of lines we neatly drew
and later neatly stumbled over.

—Piet Hein  <link>

Problems worthy of attack prove their worth by hitting back.

— Piet Hein  <link>

Every human situation, the Roman Stoic philosopher Epictetus once warned, is like a vase with two handles: If you have quarreled with your brother, you can grasp the handle which is the fact that you have quarreled, or you can grasp the handle which is the fact that he is your brother.

— Joseph Bottum, “Judgment of Memory” in First Things, March 2008  <link>

The mystery of life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.

— Aart van der Leeuw  <link>

The trouble with our age is all signpost and no destination.

— Louis Kronenberger  <link>