English: Grasping, clinging, fixation, hooked, to hold, to perpetuate
When we encounter a problem in our life- stress, anxiety, difficult situations or decisions- we think the problems themselves are the actual problem. The problems are to blame for how we feel and how our day went. You know, when something can go wrong it will go wrong.
And it does, all the time.
But what if the problem wasn't the actual problem. What if it was our fixation and grasping to the problem? What if it was our habit of getting hooked and perpetuating the problem?
Problems come and go all the time. We can either fight them tooth and nail and let them continue to torment us and our sleep, or we can see them as reminders of why we need to continue our practice.
If we don't get hooked there is a chance we can work through them. In that way problems offer us a chance at liberation.