This is the old optimist versus pessimist discussion. The important thing to remember is that there is nothing that is truly worthwhile that can't be done. For those of us who say "What part of now are you having trouble with", it deals with patience as well.
There are enough people who look at a problem and in a sigh of despair, say: It can't be fixed. There is nothing I can do about it. They see bad in everything and believe the world is lost and hopeless. What a sad life.
The world needs more people who see a problem as a challenge and an opportunity and work to find solutions. Given the right attitude and a determination to solve it, there is no problem that can't be overcome. Some are simple and instantaneous. Others take years and even generations of step by step slow progress. Think of the problems your parents or grand parents talked about and how many of them have been solved. Medicine and communication come to mind. So many of the diseases that were considered a death sentence have been overcome. We went from mail to telegraph to the phone to duak yo internet to unwired WIFI 5G internet where everyone on earth is but a keystroke away.
Let's each of us commit ourselves to be the people who tirelessly look for solutions. Let us be those who, instead of saying "It Can't Be Done", say and act on "How Can It Be Done" and turn it into: "It, now, has been done."
Have a great week.