TD. Kumar


Count yours mistakes


Count yours mistakes….. They are as many blessings!
Most of us are victims of countless errors and failings
They could be valued lessons
Though mistakes first appear like painful falling!
If you search, there are secret exits
'The ugly and venomous toad of adversity wears yet a precious jewel on its head'
Provided pain and 'blindness' you shed
You can choose the lesson which fits.
If you really want to be a Success, increase and embrace your frustrations!
Ten Attempts mean three wins and seven failings, seven lessons
Hundred trails yield thirty win; seventy frustration, Seventy learning Points
Great achievement results from more failures, more lessons!
So increase trails and set backs
You get more wins, more learning
Count your mistakes as blessing
You will ascend higher steps and tracks.

Submitted: Sunday, September 09, 2012

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