Moonstruck On Earth

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Nov 7th, 2012

Problem vs Opportunity

Problem is always a Opportunity- to get strength from your intense and find the direction you ought to focus. Opportunity is always a Problem you’ll need to solve- to bring pieces of the puzzle hidden from you and wiggle efforts upon you.

© Moonomo, 2012

16 Responses to Problem vs Opportunity

  1. nice comparison omo.. Problems are chances that life throws us to make us stronger and better. The other way around, opportunity is a task that we need to take :)

  2. Words of wisdoms! Loved it cos it’s really true.

    It’s among your best thought. :)

  3. So true! I like that you mention both ways because often it’s just said that problems should be seen as opportunities and they definitely should, but there’s more than just that.
    Love it :)

    • Moonomo

      So nice to see you here, Kleopatra- :))

      People miss many opportunities since they used to count the effect, they should focus to learn and gain from it-

  4. There is in always,
    Some better ways,
    To make punny things,
    So Elf comes and brings,
    As good advice,
    Insists he tries:
    To be of use,
    This little ruse.

    An opporproblem,
    Have unities,
    That proportunities,
    Have not at all,
    It can by long,
    As a tile of mah-jong,
    Give great delight,
    hardness and plight.

    And then work magic,
    With its soft trend,
    Following logic,
    being a friend,
    Hiding pieces,
    as tasty cheeses,
    and wiggled efforts,
    as healthy sports.

    Your opportunities, always gives problems that ends in a glorious play of fireworks!

    Great words, dude, as always!!!

  5. Beautiful lines of wisdom. Loved the way you presented it!

  6. Wise words…very true! :)

  7. Relena

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