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The right problem to solve

Finding the right problem to solve — is it that appears in front of us or behind us, invisible to the naked eye? We strive to make a circulation visible from the darkness of webs.

In assessing what is known and unknown, including our blind spots, we cram into the intensification of discovery.

Never underestimate the cost of being stuck in boring equilibria. Stillness promotes the bonding of the dormant and the new. It widens our circle of discomfort — through tension emerges understanding.

Perception is a type of therapy if we can force the eyes to see. Eureka is a feel-good sensation to be jumped around in as an acknowledgment of the right direction.

We learn how to investigate, ask questions, and realize that the entire process makes sense only after we stop thinking about it.

By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of Discvr.blog and four books.