Problems

Problems are like a grain of sand that yields an oyster.

Problems sometimes masquerade as a symptoms.  Developing a process or employing a methodology to distinguish between a symptom and a true problem is essential. True problems are the root cause. If it is recurring then it could be a proxy for the problem. A good example is the common cold. Problem or symptom? More often it is a symptom pointint to an underlying cause like a weakened immune system or deeper yet an imbalance in our system or the environment.


The great thing is when a problem is identified properly and solved, it can open doors to other innovations. Human progress is built on this fundamental process.


So we see the two sides, the tribute and gratitude we harbor for the gifts our generation has been given and we feel the responsibility to do our part to honor and live the values we cherish.

"to those who have more, more is expected..."

When viewed from afar, our society works. Especially when we look how far we have come, we have built successively on each generation's progress.

Next, to get a better sense of how far we have come as a human civilization, watch Bill Gates interview Steve Pinker about his latest book, "Englightment Now" and his previous book "The Better Angels of Our Nature"

Looking closer, there are problems to address. We believe in justice and giving each person an equal chance to grow themselves and provide for their family. With this ideal in mind, gaps faced everyday are opportunities for us to work on.

A book called Factfulness explains well the disparity and distribution of wealth in the world. 

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The world is getting better

Bill Gates interviews Steve Pinker on his new book, "Enlightment Now".


The data to support the world is truly getting better despite some perceptions to the contrary.