The best way to solve a problem? One and done.
Deal with it the right way, and you’ll never have to deal with it again. Sounds great, right?
But often there is no “one and done” fix. Many problems in real life just can’t be solved that neatly. And we’ve all seen too many “brilliant” plans fall apart.
I’m so used to grand solutions being a waste of time that I don’t even have to think about tuning them out. I just do.
Which makes it easy to miss the point of Sunday’s epistle.
That there is one grand solution that actually works.
The “one and done” that paid my debts in full.
More on this tomorrow.