Despite much activity around problems, there is an apparent lack of interest in seeing problems resolved. Possible reasons for this are many. Problems give context to life; the struggle of life is largely measured against its problems. New problems arise when old ones are removed. For many, other people's problems are an economic asset of their work. Problems are enjoyable puzzles for some, even addictive. For others knowledge of the complex interweaving of endless problems disables every attempt to begin their resolution. It may be that unconsciously humans create problems in their lives and sabotage their resolution.