We always think if I have this I can be happy. If this problem is solved I can be happy. We want to buy happiness. What we see that the moment we solve one problem or gain what we desire for we build new problem and we desire for something more. This makes us unhappy all life. 

We fail to understand that happiness can be achieved without any condition. Moreover, we can learn to enjoy the problem solving process. 

The story of Buddha will teach us how can we not vanish the problems in life.  

About 20 years ago, in the Himalayan foothills known as Nepal Buddha was about to born. Since his father was a king he thought to keep Buddha away from all problems. He built a high wall around his palace. He provided everything that made Buddha happy. He provided luxurious life to Buddha.  

When Buddha reached adolescence age he became kind of pissed-off. No matter how luxurious his life seemed to be he started feeling valueless. Luxurious life provided by his father didn’t make him happy at all. 
Once, he managed to get out of the high wall to see what’s beyond the wall. The experience of real-life problems horrified him. He saw poor and sick people. He saw homeless people sleeping on the road. All these real-life problems made his mind unrest and he decided to experience the same what he saw outside his palace. After few years of living, the same life as poor does he returned to his palace unsatisfied. 

After seeing the poor people he thought that he would understand the life if he goes through the same situation as poor do. Moreover, he could do something about it. But, he was wrong.

He then went somewhere under the tree to find out a solution to the problems. After few days he realised what actually the life is. 

He built his philosophy that pain and loss are inevitable in life and we should let go of and not try to resist them. 

There are many stories that advocate: pain and loss in life are inevitable. The more we try to resist the the more it intensifies. Instead, We can learn to solve the problems with enjoyment and reduce what we call bad problems. 

“How wonderful is the case of a believer; there is good for him in everything and this applies only to a believer. If prosperity attends him, he expresses gratitude to Allah and that is good for him; and if adversity befalls him, he endures it patiently and that is good for him” [(Muslim) (Book of hadith)]. 

For instance, You want to earn side income by doing some freelance work to find happiness. You start doing it. Do you think you achieve happiness by earning more while working extra hours in freelancing? Do you think you solved your problems? No. 

Because you have to sacrifice some good time with family and friends, favourite shows and much more to devote time to freelancing.  It means you built a new problem but little good problem instead of bad one. 
You want to build an attractive and good body. You joined the gym. Now you have to wake up one hour before than usual. You have to be careful of what you eat to maintain your physique and look fit. 

First, you solve your one problem that is you were not liking your body. Now you don’t like to wake up early and work hard in the gym: you built a new problem in life but it is a good one. 

Problems will continue to build In life. We need to learn how to enjoy solving them. If we ignore the problem it will get worse. On the other hand, by solving the problem while enjoying the process will make you happy and reduce the intensity of your bad problems.