The trouble with trouble is that it creates noise and complexity, disrupts our life, destabilizes our balance and harmony and zip-lines us into the far corner of the wasteland. We deal best with trouble by making an assessment of the impact zone and determining what needs to happen to begin reordering our world. When we are able to empty ourselves of all emotional reaction to present events, sit in the stillness, embrace the silence, and just breathe in and out, pause, in and out, and gather ourselves in this here/now begins restoring ourselves to the Tao through the present to heal and recover our sense of structure and sequence. As we begin to realign ourselves with the rhythm of time moving through place, and look for what needs to happen when, where and how, we create a shift in the circumstances that spills over into recovery and reorientation, and things begin to move back into some semblance of coordination and flow, a routine develops and focus reemerges in halts and spurts. The response to trouble puts trouble in its place and we find new ways of doing the old things, and peace is restored over time, with the grace of balance and harmony leading the way.