Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Failure is Subjective!

“But test and prove all things [until you can recognize] what is good; [to that] hold fast.” © 1 Thessalonians 5:21, AMP italics and emphasis mine

No one likes to fail—we believe that
 failure and weakness (and shame) are synonymous; we believe that when we fail we are weak (slow) and ought to be ashamed of ourselves. This belief is deeply rooted from the childhood when we began learning—our teachers (and parents) instilled it in us believing it will motivate us to give our best not realizing how it will paralyze and limit us for the rest of our lives.

When we become fearful of failing, we shun from attempt anything in life. But it is
 better to attempt (try, test) and fail than having to live with oneself wondering what if I had tried. Failing at ‘something’ (that one has given his best) does not make one a failure. Anyone who has achieved anything worthwhile has failed at some point, the difference between a failure and success is in
 how we deal with failure.

I believe in prosperity for I believe in God, for He gives me power to get wealth” © TJ Kyara

In His Service

//Tim J Kyara
Teacher of the Word www.light2mypath.blogspot.com
Clean Humour 2 Health www.laughin2health.blogspot.com
Financial Freedom Fighter www.timkyara.blogspot.com


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