Failures are important


All of us in our lives have failures in some form, be it failure in business, failure in love, failure in exams, failure in having peace, failure in money………….. the list is endless. If you have not failed, you have not done enough, you have not tried at all. It’s better to fail than never try at all.

Why is it so important to try or to chase your dreams?

It is important because when you will be 70 years of age and you look back what have you done in your life and you get a regret that you had talents but did’t use them at all, at that point of time perhaps you will feel disappointed that you could’t do much. You possessed gifts but never utilized them, you had amazing creativity but never created anything, you had a splendid voice but never sang, you were great in painting but never painted………………… so on.

Make sure you never get regret.

So give it a try, at least fail. And when you fail, you learn, when you learn, you become better.Failure is a hint that you can do better things in a better way. Every great man like Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, Steve Jobs, Henry Ford, Edison, Disney, failed, and they failed many times.

Success is the future of failure, if you are failed, it’s good, it means you have tried. You are much better than someone who never tried, who does not know what is thrill of taking risks & having an adventure in life.

And remember, it is the courage to continue that counts after failing many times.

Never give up.



About rahul kanyal

My name is Rahul Kanyal. I am a student of life. I have learnt some principles by which one can get out of any difficult situation and become peaceful, happy, successful and wealthy. My vision is to share these principles with every person in this world and make this world a better place. Leaving a comment in the dialogue box will be highly appreciated.
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2 Responses to Failures are important

  1. Tiffiny Shea says:

    My favorite quote is from The Artist’s Way: “In order to be good at something you must first agree to be bad at it”.

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