Do you hear yourself often asking: “What if there are no alternatives?” Or even worse: “What alternatives do I have?“
These are common questions. For a lot of people.
It is common, especially when people want to find alternative solutions to a problem that they want to solve. Or simply if they are frustrated because they cannot think of any alternatives.
Apparently it is normal to ask such questions, because we human beings (at least the modern version) have the tendency to see lots of negative aspects in a given situation.
It often feels like walking around in a forest during sunset. [Read more…]