We are all “Failures”

It’s not failure that defines a person, for we are all “failures” at some point.  Aching, saddened, weak, and discouraged, we’ve all been there.

What defines us is that next step.

Will we settle down into our failing situation and make excuses, blame others, or give up? Or will we find the strength to claw our way out of the pit?

Bad things do happen to good people and it’s important that we don’t let failure define us.

Let it refine us!

Let us find strength, gain character, and be ready for what lies ahead.  Luck favors the prepared, so be up on your feet and ready for when your time is here.

It’s coming!

Have a great night,

Aaron@Biebert

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12 comments on “We are all “Failures””

    1. I totally agree! We cannot let fear of failure be something that holds us back. We should embrace it and learn from it.

      Fearing failure will definitely lead to it.

  1. Aaron, aloha. As the ancient Chinese proverb says: “Failure is not in the falling down but in refusing to get up.”

    As a child learns to walk, it falls down repeatedly. As a person learns to play a new sport or a new instrument, they drop the ball or the note.

    In order to be or do or have, we must do things we have not done before. It is 100% logical that we will fall, drop or otherwise make a mistake; it is part of the learning curve. It we are to succeed at anything, we must risk.

    Or, as Helen Keller said: “Life is either a great adventure or nothing.”

    Well said, my friend. Best wishes for a terrific rest of the week. Aloha. Janet

  2. Hello Aaron

    This is a great post. One thing I’ve learned throw if
    you failed at some thing and you learned a lesson than
    it wasn’t a total failure after all. To pick yourself up dust
    yourself off and try again till you find what your good at.

    Have a great day
    Bonnie

  3. The pit of failure is what motivates me everyday. With that failure, I was able to wake up and smell the awesomeness of life.
    Really like this post.

    It’s all about the mindset after the failure. Keep on going. Keep on trying. Grit is powerful.

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