The Art of Failure
“Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.”-Samuel Beckett
When you figured out how to ride your bicycle for the very first time you fell over. Maybe you scratched your knee, cried a bit too. And after that you got up again & started pedalling. Soon you were riding the bicycle like you had done it all your life. That’s how life is; you can’t be discouraged by the first failure that lands up on you.
Failure is an ordeal and a lesson which drives a person to his/her success until he/she will not give up. Disappointment is life’s most noteworthy teacher which shows you how to achieve success. Failures are often quoted as pillars of success. There are many proverbs, stories about failures used to inspire those who have failed in one way or another.
Though, we are saying that a winner should be a failure first, as it wastes lots of time. But failure makes an individual more experienced. It is a chance which wastes time yet serves an excellent lesson for the rest of your life. A failed experience conveys a lesson which teaches you to stand up to each problem. You will gain more from your failures than from your triumphs.
Don’t run away from failure, instead embrace it.