Trying and Failing

“Never feel shame for trying and failing for he who has never failed is he who has never tried.”

Fail? Who wants to fail? Failure is such an unacceptable term everywhere. Nobody would ever love to be called a failure. But being to much bound by the fear of failure will never ever make us try anything which means we would only be left wondering with the question “What if I tried?” And never trying means never succeeding. Every problems has at least two or more solutions. The only question is…are we willing to try them? Or will we just regard challenging things as something ‘impossible’, ‘cannot be done’ or way beyond our skills.

So, we should not be ashamed of committing mistakes unless you did it on purpose for very very bad things! LOL. No matter how careful we are, there might do one or two mistakes. But that isn’t a good excuse for not being careful! Let’s do our best and then let’s hope we get it right. If not, just try again. 😀

PS: You can check too my two other posts that I posted the same time as I posted this. I had to change the date so that no day will be vacant on my blog calendar. LOL! Argh, I was so busy. I kinda miss reading other people’s blog too. I might visit you guys again soon on your blog! (you know who you are that I follow :D) Here’s the two other posts I made today: Black and White and Green Mangoes.

Have a great day!

~ Melonaide

7 thoughts on “Trying and Failing

  1. One of my favorite quotes on failure & perseverance is this:
    “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10000 ways that won’t work.” ~Thomas Edison

    🙂 Happy day to you! Thanks for another beautiful post!


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