Whenever there is a problem, it is common for many of us to jump into action, hoping to resolve it. But since problems are natural, we often set in motion actions that result in still more problems.
I have noticed, however, that problems often stay at a minimum when I don't try immediately to resolve most of them, and this applies to big problems as well.
The core problem for spiritual seekers is of not yet being enlightened. Why try so hard to resolve it?
The bigger a problem is for us, the greater the disappointment when efforts fail.
our white door at night -
the slugs that have gathered here
will leave by morning