Sometimes there just isn’t a practical answer that will resolve a specific problem at the precise time you need it.
We may have thought it would work out, but then it didn’t.
A resolution of the complicated problem will remain unknown for a time.
That doesn’t mean that we accept the problem for eternity, but rather indicates that we must patiently analyze and determine again what actions you might take next.
Don’t give in. At some point, a thoughtful resolution will apply to promote progress. One new thing will be experienced and learned from your latest efforts that will trigger another new direction and then reaction.
A key is to focus with patience on continual learning. Know that the most complicated problems require much more than a simple “one and done” resolution.
“For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.” — H.L. Mencken —
Don’t give in.