Are We Solving Our Problems?

"Stop being a part of the problem ... become,rather, a part of the solution"

A speaker trying to rouse his audience to a spirit of cooperation and goodwill in solving a community situation challenged them with the question, "Are you a part of the problem, or a part of the solution?" Nobody, of course, wants to be a part of the problem; yet anyone who seems to have a problem is just that. He's a problem to himself or to someone else or to society in general.

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