What are the main problems in your life?
Stress. Anxiety. Health. Money. Love. Work. Fear. Busy. Time. People.
Normally we relate to our problems with aversion. We believe, erroneously, that if we can get rid of all our problems then we will be happy and we can live the life we imagine.
What if we change that relationship?
What if instead of trying to avoid problems we sought to derive wisdom from them?
What is this problem, this person, this situation trying to teach me? Am I willing to listen? To learn? How much am I contributing to this problem being a problem?
If we take our problems onto the path they become fuel for the fire of wisdom. They become a catalyst for change and growth.
If we relate to problems in this way, the problem and the need for a solution fall away. The notion of problems and solutions has been resolved in its own ground. As you learn to carry wisdom as the path, listening deeply becomes your greatest asset.
Wisdom wants to be shared. Listen, and share it. You don't need to be a sage to share wisdom, you simply need to look deeply into your own life and situation; listen, be patient and vulnerable, and be honest.
Problems present themselves as an opportunity for liberation, an opportunity for the sun of wisdom to breakthrough the darkness.
Don't worry, if you can't liberate the first problem that comes up more will always present themselves.