Said the teachers of humanity.
"Life is like solving a math problem."
First, identify the problem as it is. Find a formula that is appropriate for solving the problem you have identified. Based on that formula, find the answer using appropriate tips.
Anyone who has done some math knows this, but it is not that difficult to find the answer if you understand the problem properly. In other words, finding out the problem as it is is the key to problem solving.
Just as you have to know the problem accurately in mathematics, you have to be able to know what exists in life as it is. The problem is that it is so difficult to recognize the things that exist in the world as they really are. It is not easy to understand things as they are, even when you see things happening right in front of your eyes, as well as what you hear through any means or someone.
In that sense, we must doubt about whether the things we think we know by hearing and seeing are consistent with the facts as they are. The things you know wrong make you make wrong thoughts and judgments about new things.