2. You’re either part of the solution or you’re part of the problem. – Eldridge Cleaver. Speech before the San Francisco Barristers’ Club, September 1968.
3. Problems that go away by themselves come back by themselves. – Marcy E. Davis. “Davis’ Dictum.” In Paul Dickson, comp., The Official Explanations , p. 46, 1980.
4. To see a problem clearly is three parts of the way to solving it. 0 J.A. Hadfield. Dreams and Nightmares, 4, 1954
5. Problems worth of attack prove their worth by hitting back. – Piet Hein. “Problems,” Grooks, 1966
6. There are no problems we cannot solve together, and very few we can solve by ourselves. – Lyndon B. Johnson. News conference, Johnson City (Texas), 28 November 1964
7. To ask the right question is already half the solution of a problem. – Carl G Jung. “Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious,”, 1934, The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, tr. R.F.C. Hull, 1959
8. Problems are only opportunities in work clothes. – Henry Kaiser
9. All too frequently a problem evaded is a crisis invited. – Henry Kissinger. Years of Upheaval, 16, 1982
10. The real problem of our existence lies in the fact that we other to love one another, but do not. – Reinhold Niebuhr. Christian Realism and Political Problems, 8, 1953