You may not be proud of your mistakes; you can’t erase them either. The wisest thing you can do with them is to learn from them.
Don’t crumble under the weight of your mistakes but conquer through them, knowing they are worth SOMETHING!
The Worth of your Mistakes are in the Lessons you Learn from them and the Values you are able to Pick Up from them…
Your mistakes are not entirely a waste but another opportunity to be smarter. Nothing makes a man smarter like his own mistakes!
Remember a saying of mine:
“We Learn More From Failures than We Do from Success”.
Those who have not failed or erred have never tried anything worthwhile and will never learn what it takes to succeed hence, they never will!
Romans 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.
“And we know that all things (including your worse mistakes) work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” (Romans 8:28; KJV)
You live in error when your allow your mistakes get to you so much that you look down on yourself and despise your potentials. A wrong attitude towards your mistakes will eventually put you at risk of being a misfit in life! Don’t do that to yourself!
Every master is a proud product of his mistakes; every loser gave up for one mistake or the other; the fear of error only makes you a mediocre. Go ahead, make the mistake and get the chance to do better the next time.
The largest room in the world is the room for improvements ONLY for those who try and not for others who shy away from taking steps.
Talking about errors, there are some that may not be easy to walk away from. That’s where courage comes in; stepping out inspire of your fears is courage and not too many people do that.
Failures (yours and that of others), are your greatest allies in the school of success.
Each time you miss, master the lessons and you will soon be known not for the things you failed at but the things you once failed at; the same thing(s) you would then have become an authoritative master in.
Excel with your errors!
Ade Owolabi says so!