The fact is that all of us are constantly on our guard, and we often have to be brave to take everything that comes our way, not when it’s not always our best option.
But when we’re in a fix and we’re not even aware of it, we can’t be as brave as we should be. In fact, if we’re fix, we can’t be as brave as we should be, which means we can’t fix anything, so we end up getting fix.
The problem is that we usually don’t ask ourselves what we should be doing or where we should be going when we’re in the middle of fixing something. We all just kind of do whatever we can. I am sure there are people who are good at fixing things and don’t necessarily have any good ideas. But when you are fixing something, you have to choose what you want to do, which is something of a problem.
The problem is that we always fix things because we don’t know where to go. We fix because we don’t want to ask questions or challenge ourselves if we have ideas that are better than what we have now. We fix because we think that if we fix something, then that will be the end of the world, which is a dumb idea.
The problem is that we always fix things because we dont want to know what else is out there. We fix because we dont want to ask questions or challenge ourselves if we dont know where the answers are. We fix because we dont want to explore.
So what’s the difference between fixing and exploring? Fixing is when you fix something, you dont ask yourself if you can go back and improve it. Exploring is when you explore something fully, you explore your own limits. The problem is that when we’re in this mindset of fixing and exploring, we’re not exploring because we want to.
Fixing is when you fix something you dont have the time to explore. Exploring is when you explore and explore fully. The problem is that in our culture, we are conditioned to fix things, so we fix them and then we dont know how we got there. We fix them and then we dont know if we can fix that problem.
The problem is that we are more interested in fixing something so that we can make it work. When you fix it, you fix it one part at a time. We are so conditioned to fix things we are not interested in exploring or exploring fully because we have the same mental model. We need to explore, but the more we explore, the more we lose touch with what we are actually exploring. We are a little bit more like a child than we are like an adult.
So what has changed for us? Are our lives different because of the way we have learned to fix things? If we are happy with what we do, we will fix it and then we will not have to be concerned about the problem it caused. If we fix something and it doesn’t work, we will look at the problem and wonder “What went wrong?” or “Why did I do that?” and then we will fix it.
If the problem itself was not fixable, you would have to ask yourself why. This is the first time we see the effects of the way we fix things. They are not pleasant. They are not fun and we don’t want to talk about them. We can take a look at our lives and see how we have been changing for so long and how we have moved back and forth between being unhappy, and then we can take a look at where we are now and see what has changed.