Why do you keep saying that a solution-oriented approach is better than a problem-oriented one? In order to solve a problem, I first have to understand it.

Lama Ole’s answer:

If one identifies with what one is unable to do, then one ultimately becomes less and less capable and life becomes gray and boring. No one makes progress in the world this way.

But if one identifies with what one is able to do and jumps into the tasks, then there is always something to do—one creates a huge, lively world.