Friday, September 07, 2007


Apparently Einstein once said:

'The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we used to create them.'

That's way cool, if it's true. And even if not, it's still way cool :)


  1. Michele12:28 pm

    Hooray, you are back!

  2. Ah...yes!

    Given the problems I have faced over the past 12 months....I would have to say that is very true...

    .....and I'm no Einstein ;)

  3. Yep. Einstein was a firm believer in discussing his questions with others. Many of his greatest realizations came after talking his problems through with others. Listening to their questions sparked new avenues of thought in his own mind, which often led to the answers he was looking for.

    I suppose from this we learn that it is more often vital to deal with problems as a group, than alone. I think we find our answers quicker and easier when we expose our thought processes rather than keep them hidden inside where they get tangled in our our ignorances.