Solve (Don’t Repress)
The solution of the problem that you see in life is to live in a way that will make what is problematic disappear. – Ludvig Wittgenstein
You can either solve problems, or you repress them.
When you solve a problem you address, fully and completely, it’s cause.
When you (merely) repress a problem, you will see it again, sooner, or perhaps later, but you will see it again.
A repressed problem is one you don’t take the time and resources to truly deal with.
It reminds of the saying: if you don’t find time to do it right the first time, you’ll find the time the second time.
It’s best to truly solve problems, rather than dealing with symptoms.
Get to the root cause and solve it.
You’re already there, you might as well.