Friday, 12 August 2016

How to solve a problem? The Yin Yang Way

Well, it’s all about Yin Yang. In Chinese philosophy, Yin and Yang describe how seemingly opposites or contrary forces are actually balancing forces in the natural world. You may think that I am joking, well I am not. In the Bible there is a secret about how to go about solving problems. Most solutions will be contrary to how you presently think, but this is where the secret comes in handy for those that utilize its power. Now, remember I said, ‘Yin Yang’ well, opposites attract. You have to think completely opposite to what you would normally do. 

Example: How to solve the flooding problems up and down the country; you build reservoirs. I know this is contrary to your present thinking, but just think, the solution is there, you just have to accept it. Many problems can be solved by thinking Yin Yang (opposites attract) it’s just being able to accept the solution. Another example: When you need traction you apply a fluid. Now, again this is opposite to what you’re presently thinking, but trust me; it works. You see for some reason unbeknown to me we think incorrectly and often apply solutions to problems that don’t work, but we think they're  going to work. 
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Example: Negative or zero interest rates only serve to increase the risk of asset bubbles in stock markets, housing and art. Real interest rates should be around 2-4% so that savers and banks can make money, otherwise, the real economy doesn’t grow, which is needed to create jobs etc. Now, where was I, oh, yes, I’m still looking for my Cleopatra. Hopefully, when I find her she will be sane because I border on insane, but then again I’m a comedian on painkillers. But, trust me, on the Yin Yang.

Are you listening,  what are you dreaming?

As Jesus said, “belief is everything.”

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