The quote “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” is a quote attributed to Christian anarchist writer Elbert Hubbard in 1915. We hear this often from counselors in teaching people to deal with the adversities in life. Adversity, suffering, and inconveniences are the lemons in our lives, while lemonade is the joy in our lives.
Believers of causality say that we create our own lemons. Life or God does not give us lemons. But causality gives us opportunities to create joy from these suffering. We always have the opportunity to make lemonade. Some will continue to collect lemons and suffer, while others will ponder over these sufferings (lemons), and eliminate evil (greed, arrogance, and self love) from their hearts. By this purification of the mind, they will be creating joy in the future. They will be using lemons to make lemonade.
In conclusion, until the world understands causality, there will be no shortage of lemons.