The difference between QUESTION and PROBLEM

QUESTION: Problem that needs to be solved
PROBLEM: Question to be ansered or solved
 
In Chinese, they are translated into the same word: 问题 (Wen Ti)
 
But, actually, they are different concepts, very different.
 
If you have a QUESTION, that means you have a PROBLEM
If you have a PROBLEM, that means you may have a QUESTION
 
If you ask the QUESTION, you are not going to have the PROBLEM
If you don’t ask the QUESTION, you still going to have the PROBLEM
 
The only QUESTION you have is "I have a PROBLEM."
The only PROBLEM you have is "I don’t have a QUESTION."
 
You only ask QUESTIONS.
You never ask PROBLEMS.
 
The reason why people ask QUESTION is that they don’t want to have PROBLEM.
The reason why people have PROBLEM is that they don’t want to ask QUESTION.
 
 
                                                                                                   ———Edwin.C.Yuan
                                                                                                            1986—-
 
 
"Why the silly Edwin is sitting there wasting time talking about QUESTION and PROBLEM?"
Very good QUESTION,
The answer is "He has Mental PROBLEM."
 
Any PROBLEM?
Any QUESTIONS?
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11 Responses to “The difference between QUESTION and PROBLEM”

  1. 哈哈…来踩一脚…
    你说话好绕噢…脑子会打结诶…

  2. faint~

  3. Samantha Says:

    which subject r u major in??
    你最近在学辨证哲学么?
     
    唉!
    Samantha

  4. Samantha Says:

    我的中文连接名称应该是“莎曼萨”吧?呵呵,谢谢你做我的连接,把你家也按上了,常来哈~~~
    在澳洲怎样啊?
     
    Samantha

  5. Samantha Says:

    只记得你的英文名字,忘了你的中文名字了,可以告诉我哇?我要做你空间的连接呢~~~~
     
    等待ing~~
    samantha

  6. only you will say stuff like this… i like the three questions that u asked.. very thoughtful!

  7. that\’s kinda random…
    haha
     
    how\’s it goin, man
    haven\’t talk to u forever, eh?

  8. Samantha Says:

    有没有新的日志啊?老是这一篇

  9. 好久没更新了嘛

  10. hoho~~~~

  11. 笑色无勒~

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