Sometimes in life, you get this moment you realize if you hadn’t failed miserably, you would have never learned your lesson.
People fail all the time – often failing multiple times at the very same things. Failing is one of the greatest things in the world, as it reminds us how imperfect we are. It reminds us how much we need to learn in order to become the people we wish to be.
Some of your largest failures in life will become your greatest assets. Some day you will realize that if you had never failed, then you would have never succeeded.
It’s when we are youngest that we learn most. Life teaches us lessons with rapid regularity. The older we get, the less frequent these lessons become. From the day you are born, all the way through your 20s is when you will decide the person you will be for the rest of your life.
The things you’ve experienced, the things you’ve tried and seen have established the core person you are right now. One day you will likely look back at it all – all the fun and all the hardship – only to accept that it all must have happened, that it was all completely necessary.
I’ve definitely had my share of failures in life, experiences that made me feel really bad at the time it happened, but later made me stronger.
SL Fabz, have you ever felt this way before? Have you ever failed at something and realized later in life how much you learned from that experience?