Sometimes there is not a good solution. That is when we need to learn to accommodate. One meaning of the word is to accept a situation as it is.
To me that is clear in the West Bank-Israel situation. The situation will remain unchanged for a century and it is the best that can be done under the circumstances. The same is true in the North Korea situation.
I had one experience when I was young and single that taught me that lesson. An attractive woman I started dating had me make a promise on our first date. She said that every man she had dated ‘died’ when they broke up. They never phoned or contacted her again. That had always been my practice with women I dated a few times, unless we had some other working relationship.
It was a new and interesting proposition so I said ‘Yes’.
The time came a few dates later when we were having dinner and I fell asleep at the table. I knew the end had come and I kept my promise. I told her it was time to break up.
She must have thought we were getting more connected. She unleashed a torrent of words at me from selfish and egotistical to worse. I ‘had no feelings and didn't care about other human beings.’
That was the last time I told a woman I was breaking up with her. From then on I had to live with the accommodation that the woman assumed I was dead.
This was never true of women with whom I had developed a long term close relationship. Nearly all of them are still close friends whom I still see. As my close friends and family know.
Just a little story about accommodating. Something we all need to do some of the time.