Japanese people like to eat fresh fish. However it’s not an easy job to find so much fishes near Japanese coasts. Accordingly fishermen began to sail to huge distances by making big boats. As this took a lot time, they came with stale fishes. They made cold store-rooms in their boats to solve this problem.
Now they were able to sail over distances and to fish as much as they want. But tastes of fresh fish and frozen fish were not the same.
At this time fishermen made big aquariums in their boats. Even though fishes didn’t feel as they felt in a sea, they would reach the coast safely. But these didn’t replace fresh fishes for the Japanese. Fishermen again began to think about carrying the fresh fish.
And eventually they had found what they were seeking. How? Simply. They put a shark into the aquarium. Though shark ate some of the fishes, others remained lively and alive…
It is understandable by this example that people should come close to problems rather than running away from them. Try to recognize and subordinate your problems. Be decisive. Struggle with your problems. Throw a shark into your brain. You would see what you are capable of.