It was April, I started exploring things. I traveled to a hell lot of places and lived upon the benevolence of others.
I realized one thing a lot of people care about me and I could relentlessly sit on my sofa 24*7 wasting time on Instagram and Twitter without requiring the need to care much about personal development.
At this point of my life, many people will yell and say you got nothing to worry about. You are free.
These moments compels me to think. Am I free? I look back at my past and realize I haven’t done or achieved anything substantial. I am not productive. To most people attaining nirvana is being productive, which clearly I wasn’t.
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What’s the first thing that pops up your mind when you fail to achieve or accomplish something? Does failure teach anything? The answer is simple. Failing is not good. In other words, it’s terrible.
Of all the things that can happen when you are trying to do something, failure is what you would want the least. Failure will not only destroy the task but also will devastate you. In most cases you will get irritated and would want to kill yourself.
Conclusion? Failing is not good. Stop pretending that you can learn things from being a failure.
We are in the super era of competition where everyone gets stumbled upon once in his or her lifetime. Now people will want to make failing an important part of life and voila! Everybody is failing and sharing their post-failure success story.
The simple reason you cannot learn anything from failure is that because the moment of failure is dreadful. Each lost moment tells a different aspect of yours in the present – when you are lying on the floor crying or being in the bathroom sobbing.
Stop grumbling. Instead of hitting a new level of failure every time to learn things – life hacks, try to learn from other siblings of the word ‘failure’. Continue reading “Does failure teach anything? No.”