Solutionation is a word I invented because I thought it’s needed, to express a need. To move from problem to problem, you need problem people; but now we need to move from solution to solution, we need solution people. The problem is, problem people don’t like solution people. They feel threatened: if problem production falls, they are unemployed. That’s a sizable percentage of the workforce.
The problem industry is vast and worldwide. It is an essential part of the functioning of the multi-national organization of problem production. Such is why, that even when a problem is solved, the solution is still ignored by those who profit from problems. The multiplication of problems means more failure, in the sense that nothing will or can change or get done, so no need to try.
Why are 85% of people sitting on a couch of some kind, passive, waiting and watching it all pass by, till they pass where they sit?
Solutionation should be a word in the dictionary—do they still have those? Invention, innovation, and entrepreneurial acumen are all we have to pull up from this rapidly descending spiral. We'd best improvise some wings quickly.
Hal J. Ridley. Jr. Green candidate U.S. House TX-36—I wrote and approve this message. haljridleyjr.com
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