In the book of life, the answers aren’t in the back…

“All progress is precarious, and the solution of one problem brings us face to face with another problem.”

How do we define our problems then? One person’s problem may be another person’s solution, which is then another person’s problem, and so on. Are we expected to know these solutions, or to even identify our problems and where we are going wrong?

I’ve never expressed any of these feelings, or problems if you like, to another person. Talking to a computer may be the best idea i have discovered. But it certainly isn’t a solution, in fact, it could just be the start to even more problems.

Teenagers aren’t expected to be this deep, or delve into issues such as this. But then again, who says we can’t? Is it wrong to question the way we think, live and act? Or is it right to let your voice be heard?

I need answers, because my problems far outweigh my solutions.

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