"Key" searching – how you might find the answer

By: rjchomik.com
LONDON - Aug. 9, 2021 - PRLog -- Where would you search for a dropped item? In the place, it fell? Or in some other place with more supporting your search conditions? Simple right? Is it really, though?

What some tend to do?

I know how silly those questions might sound. Some time ago, though, I have written a post about lost keys. It is based on a story I have heard years back. You can read it whole, here. The story says about a man who is searching for his keys under the streetlamp. He even gets help from his neighbour. The thing is this man dropped these keys in the room. But there was no source of light in the room. And so, he decided to search for them in a more, in his opinion, convenient place.

As you see it sounds silly, right? Seeking something, not in the place where you might drop it or lose it. Moving the search for the lost thing, into the palace where there are better conditions for seeking. It does not matter, that the item is in a completely different area. It does not matter that you are aware of this. Here you have perfect conditions for searching. Maybe a light, a clear, flat ground. This is all that matters.

Without judging, you might be sure that whoever would be doing this, will not find his or her lost thing. Or maybe? Though this is the thing a lot of people is actually doing? No, not with the real lost things, like glasses or keys. But we tend to look for an answer to our troubles outside, in the world. Usually also, blaming for those problems, everyone and everything around us. Sound familiar? This is like searching for a lost item in a place where it is easier to search. Omitting the well-known fact that it was lost in a different place.

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