I didn't FAIL, I just found a way on HOW THINGS DON'T WORK! Failiure...
6 Mar 07
Oh yes... many times I have failed and many times I will fail again. But these failures, no matter how many, will be the foundation from which all my future decisions will be pegged upon. The stronger these experiences become the more stable my resolve will be.
10 Mar 07
That's the spirit! You know, this might seem a bit odd, but when I need some motivation, I tend to fail a bit somewhere, just so that it motivates me more at another matter, boosting up my morale, so I succeed at this more important matter. Than I correct the other, little failiure if needed. Anyway, the best way to describe it would be if I tell you that my success depends on ups and downs. It's not the best way, but it's not the worst either. Keep in touch. Friend? The time will tell.
9 Mar 07
That's what I said. I'm not afraid of it, it's just a way that a think doesen't work... But to much failiure can mean, not to be cappable of doing anything right... That's an ugly thought. Anyway, as I tend to analyze the situation before taking action everytime, the option of failling is minimum. And if it does occur, than it's not a complete failiure, just a minor glitch in the process.
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9 Mar 07
That's the right kind of attitude to have. Once you figure out that the way you have already tried didn't work, you just have to try it a different way. Sometimes it will take a few tries to get things right, but eventually things will usually come if you don't give up.
10 Mar 07
I don't agree with you. If things don't work, if everything fails, than leave it be. It's not worth it. Too much effort... Who cares...? AS IF!!!??? Of course not!!! I think too many people give up, thinking in a way I've written above. I'm glad that everyone who responded and will do so in the future, are positive thinkers. To have such friends can be interesting... It's a good ground for future discussions. At least they won't be depresive ones... Thanks. Keep in touch!!!