I often think in our culture we do not address problems, we address symptoms. I think we are masters are scheming to solve the superficial and not really address things at a level of the heart. It is one thing to admit all the places you car is damaged because of what you did in this accident, and what you did that other time and then the most recent time. However, it is completely different to say out loud, “I am a bad driver.” I hear what we want to fix and what problems people say we are facing and I often, say and think, “Really”. Ask yourself when you are thinking through something, are you addressing the issue or something superficial or what just poses as the issue.