Solving a problem takes time, patience and a whole lot of ability to see it through in a simple and straightforward manner. This is to say that the problem is a cause for headache not mentioning a spell of moodiness that come with it.
Moreover, while going about it one could try at finding a solution or simply submit to the problem posed. Perhaps the middle path is the route open because one never knows how far-fetched it will be. For one brief, fleeting moment it appears close to being resolved while in another instance it proves a hard nut to crack. Therefore, giving it a go while the matter is uppermost in the mind could be done for effect.
On the other hand, one can also lay the groundwork for sheer laziness and apathy without realizing that these are let-downs. An analysis of the problem could be in the offing to give a correct perspective. Otherwise one can withhold any half-hearted effort in this connection —any attempt in this direction will lead to dejection with nothing to show.
Rejecting the problem is not the best bet as this will leave one with runaway case hard to beat. Then there is nothing to do but look for an angle that will shed light. Any niggling thought develops into a setback if not tackled right away. Perhaps this makes it possible to issue a statement on its usage and make sure that this is not misplaced or simply ignored.
Putting the best foot forward yields result in an unforeseen manner. Thus one can ponder over it and make way for a follow-up. Therefore, tackling a thorny issue is a pain in the neck but can give an idea of what to expect next.
Thus, the reaction is clear-cut and that is to take the bull by the horns. Every detail counts towards the final irrevocable step and helps in problem solving. For this boosts oneself up and lend credence. One should not besmirch the matter but try for an approach that is proactive.
Under the circumstances, one can tread the path that is all too familiar and come to a foregone conclusion. But this is guesswork and the first timers will fail to make sense of it. This is only sifting the mass of material made available and track down the loose ends. So one has to do away with fits-and-starts and embrace a more direct approach.
In the meantime, if at first there is no progress one should look elsewhere for speculation. Moreover, given the problem at hand only a brimful of ideas
can prove meaningful any endeavor in this respect. Here
it should be mentioned that a smattering of knowledge can
act as a stumbling block, removed from reality.