Mistakes become a collection of experiences called lessons.
“Mistakes are painful but as time goes by, it becomes a collection of experiences called lessons. Live life and embrace life lessons.” Anonymous.
Life is like a river, flowing with its own pace. Like when a drop of water in the river once meets the ocean, there is no way to retrieve the river drop from the ocean, in the same way a moment of life gone is gone forever.
We may witness a river’s beauty and we may adore how magnificent it is, but neither can we stop it nor can we reverse the flow of the water, just like life.
In the flow of life, we sometimes make mistakes. Some mistakes are amendable but some are not. But in both the cases, the important aspect is to learn from the mistakes.
Whenever we encounter a tough time in life, we turn to the elders, why?
Because they have lived longer than us and have probably made more mistakes than us so they have more experience on what to do and how to tackle problems.
So always remember, instead of mourning on your mistakes, learn from them so that you prepare well for the future because no one is immune to errors in life.
We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience. Mistakes are the usual bridge between inexperience and wisdom.
You will only fail to learn if you do not learn from failing. A man should never be ashamed to own he has been in the wrong, which is but saying, that he is wiser today than he was yesterday.
Do not ever give up on life. Go out and make mistakes, make a mess, make a fuss, make a noise, but most of all make the most of your life.
We need to realize that our path to transformation is through our mistakes. We are meant to make mistakes, recognize them and move on to become unlimited. It is okay to make mistakes. Mistakes are our teachers, they help us to learn.
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Until next week Tuesday, bye-bye for now.
Tshepo Ishmael Phetoane