“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them” – Albert Einstein.
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I very like the statement presented above. Einstein was a great man and this expression shows clearly that he was in advance of his time.
Moreover, I guess the expression is still actual for our times, so I can assume he would even be ahead of our time.
If we understand a problem, it means we have already
solved a half of it. I don’t remember actually who said it, but I’m sure, it is
certainly related to what Einstein said.
It means – we won’t see any problem in the stuff we are used to call usual, until we won’t have grown up to the next level of our awareness and consciousness.
If we see a problem, it means that we have grown up.
I understand all of these things in a quite philosophic way. People create problems for themselves, but these problems are almost the only reason promoting an improvement and development of our civilization.
How do you understand the Einstein’s phrase? Please share your own thoughts on the topic.
And please, correct my note if some mistakes are there. Thanks :1