“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” – George Bernard Shaw
You can make mistakes only if you try to do something. Trying means living, striving to reach a destination or a goal. It’s better to try and make a mistake than never try, because you’re almost assured never to succeed.
Every problem is a chance for you to become a better version of yourself. Every challenge charts a path for growth and improvement.
Every setback carries the potential for powerful motivation. Every disappointment can lift you to a higher level of resolve.
Every inconvenience has the power to inspire new resourcefulness. Every frustration gives you a way to strengthen your patience.From each positive experience, you learn a few things. From each negative experience, you learn much more.
Of course you would not intentionally seek to be hurt or disappointed. But neither would you want a life where hurt and disappointment never happen.
Difficult things can happen, do happen, and amazingly, life finds a way to make them beneficial. Difficult things can happen, and that’s what makes the good things so very good.