Mind power in Finding Solutions To Your Problems
Imagine that you live in a beautiful home with a big glass window in the dining room.
But, every now and then, you come home from work to find the window broken, and a baseball in the middle of your living room! You keep replacing the window and throwing out the baseball, but no matter how many times you replace it, it just keeps getting broken.
Repairing the window is like modern medicine – you focus on repairing the damage, without necessarily addressing the underlying reason for why the damage occurred in the first place.
Obviously, the broken window is just a symptom and not the core problem.
The core problem is, in fact, that neighborhood kids play baseball outside your home!
Once you realize this, there are several possible solutions to the core problem – maybe they can play elsewhere, or maybe they can put a protective barrier in front of your window when they play.