THE POWER OF FAILURE

I have failed a lot in my life that there is no count to it. I have been at the worst places possible and have been beaten up so badly by life. There have been times when I thought to myself that my existence was just meaningless and there is no point in going on. Trust me, I have been there. I have failed before my parents who had a lot of expectations for me, I have failed and lost a lot of friends because I wasn’t able to keep the promises of friendship always. I have failed at discovering myself at one point of my life. I was just a big looser.

That’s what failure has taught me. It is so truthful and loyal towards you that it makes you think a lot. You start to realise many things that makes sense. Your distorted vision starts becoming more clear and you start to learn truths. For instance while I was at the worst of my times I came to know about people who really wanted to be a part of my life and motivate me up. At the same time I also found people who gave up on me.

So it’s just ok to fail. It’s ok to be at a bad position and it’s just ok to feel insecured. It will give you a true glimpse of reality. Remember that no body is going to lift you up and makes things perfect. Don’t expect that to happen because it’s never going to. You are the only person in this entire world who can stand up for yourself and that’s you alone.


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48 replies

  1. πŸ‘ŒπŸ»πŸ˜Š

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  2. Awesome one 😊

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  3. Awesome article buddy! The word failure is very negative, always say that “you have got another chance to succeed”. Keep up the good work! 😊

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  4. Awesome. I’m glad I’ve found this blog. I also blog on inspiration and I’m happy to know that we can venture into this niche.

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  5. This is very true, and I feel where you’re coming from. Also, your webpage is stunning! Keep it up! Awesome read.

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  6. 😊

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  7. Well said! Failure is definitely a great teacher! Though tough! But necessary but you got it! I believe in you! πŸ™‚

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  8. Hi Abh… Marie got here finally. Wow I love your blog and the subject line is so clear and lots of motivation to inspire many. Indeed Failure shouldn’t lead to depressions because if we learn and heal from them they can only propel us further. Keep motivating, keep writing, keep sharing

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  9. What you say about failure is so true. I loved the quote ‘Failure is not the opposite of success. It is part of success.’ I liked it so much, I wrote it in my diary so I won’t forget. xoxo

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  10. That’s a great post. Failure is the stepping stone for success. πŸ™‚

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  11. Thank you for your visit today, Abhijith. Such wise thoughts and words found here. I enjoyed my visit.

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  12. Nice one. Failure is a red caution acquired for experience. Its a stage to be climbed if it comes along the way to hill top of success.

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  13. very nice and encouraging!! I love bumping into meaningful things I look forward to following you

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  14. Well said. It’s okk to fail. Failure teaches a lot, stepping stone to success.

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  15. No one ever wants to hear the word failure, but the greatest of achievements were obtained only after failure had been met severally… Failure teaches the virtue of patience through the “hard way”.
    I’m so glad I found this blog.. Thanks for posting such inspirational writeup. I’m a huge fan🌸

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  16. It’s true what they say. The greatest teacher is failure πŸ™‚
    But my professor in university also gave another valuable lesson about failure. she said “You don’t have enough time to only learn through your own mistakes. Therefore it is good if you could learn from the mistakes of others as well.”
    I personally think this is useful both in studies and real life.

    Thanks for sharing this!

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