Falling Doesn’t Mean Failing!

Anything that annoys you is teaching you patience, anyone who abandons you is teaching you how to stand on your own two feet, anything you hate is teaching you, unconditional love, anything you can’t control is teaching you how to let go.

 

 

Don’t you think we live in a society where there is a notion of misinterpreting these two common words that are falling and failing? Why do people do that? Do they feel scared when it comes to accepting failures? It’s not easy to accept setbacks, disappointments and if you’re a person who is reluctant to accept the real truth then, this blog post is definitely for you.

 

 

EVEN WHEN I CAN’T SEE THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL, I STILL BELIEVE IT’S THERE!

 

I have always viewed life in three major acts and these are Challenge, Owning it, and Using it to guide others. Ask this from yourself, how many challenges have you actually faced in your life, whether it be small or big, were you able to find the solution to it? Are you actually owning your life or you still give that charge to your parents? Are you capable enough to work for your dreams and visions? Do you have a vision or just whiling away your time here waiting for the right time to come or the miracle to happen?

The concept of failing was only created by those who were too scared to succeed, and exist in the same world as “giving up”. There is no such thing as failure; instead, everything is knowledge we can put into practice. Once you stick to the belief of feedbacks and improvements, there will not be any failures and just constant learning from the downfall and henceforth, self-improvement.

 

 

Well, consider a person who’s been hit with n number of rocks in a continuous succession. So, one of the rocks actually hit him on his head. Is he a failure just because he fell or he’s not able to fight? I hope you’re understanding this not so simple concept well.

Your journey will test you in enormous ways possible, will try to hit you hard and break you into pieces, self-doubts taking over at each step, pessimism being surmounted everywhere but how can one make it out of the water when being drowned? A shift in focus changes everything. Let your self-assurance take over your self-beliefs because these beliefs are actually made by us.

The no.1 reason why a person falls because he’s more of into appreciating the outcome than loving the goddamn process and why does a person fail? Simple, because he doesn’t even know what he wants and what he doesn’t want.

 

 

When you’re unaware of your own self, your own dimensions, this creates an imbalance leading to constant failures. It’s important to interact with yourself and you should know yourself better. The better the understanding and interaction is, the better you can adjust your sails even if you can’t change the direction of the wind.

 

 

PROCESS >>> OUTCOME

PROCESS ENCOURAGES EXPERIMENTATION

 

Mastering any area of your life will require exploration, adjustment and improvisation since you can’t always know your destination in advance. Prepare your mind for a long-term haul as your mind will be consumed for hundreds and thousands of falls and failures and all you need to invest is in making and correcting your previous mistakes and starting over.

 

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