Failure

This morning, on my way to work, this idea crossed my mind:

Without failure, you’ll never really know what you need to succeed. Every failure shouldn’t be regarded as an end to current success but rather as a starting point for new success and greater things.

And well, it’s true. Without failing in something, you’ll never really know what it is that made you fail in it and what you need to have or do to succeed the next time around.

We often get annoyed and depressed by our failures, but we fail to recognize the fact that if we never failed we’d never know what it is we need to do to make ourselves better.

Whether the failure actually happens or if we just expect it to happen, what’s most important is the lesson we get from it and that we identify how to never fail again because of the same reasons paving the way for future success.

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