The easy can become difficult in a short amount of time. It is easier to deal with the problem when it is still small and easier to resolve. Turning up the radio so you do not hear the sound the automobile engine is making, or perhaps not admitting to a mistake right away can prove to be costly. It is best that if there is something to do, it should be done now if at all possible. Turning to distraction to avoid trouble can often lead to more trouble. This is not the same as having patience like the Tao Te Ching says to have. When something is clearly wrong, action needs to be taken; it is time for resolve.