Blissful Touch of Failure
Failure. Why one is so scared of it? Why one gets bogged down by having an experience of it? Why it always gets a bleak slot? Does it really deserve to be looked down upon? Does it carry null significance? These are some of the regular questions that pop inside the cerebral matter.
Humans are conditioned to feel happy with triumphs and feel sad with collapses. One has always celebrated victory and buried defeats. The mentioning of defeats and fiascos has never received a pleasant bearing. One has always been taught to excel, but not to fail.
Undoubtedly, accepting failure is not a cakewalk. Accepting to fail requires more effort than to win. it demands copious will to walk through the path of discouragement. Not to get sucked in by the dreary aura requires teemed effort. Surprisingly enough, it is not the victory which embellishes the path of life and opens doors. it is the failure. it is the failure which grows, develops, streamline an individual. For instance, Milton Hershey, the founder of Hershey's choco company, established three candy companies which panned out to be a disaster. He was resilient enough to start another candy company which eventually paved the way to success. Abraham Lincon, greatest-ever president of America, lost much of his possessions- job, love, senate, vice-presidency nomination but emerged as the most revered president of all times. J.K Rowling, the author of the best-selling Harry Potter series, was bashed by 12 publishers to get her 1st book published.
Failure is ugly, harsh, and mouth-shutting. But, a true path definer. it is like a dumb-bell, which stresses and tears the muscles to grow one stronger, physically. Failure sculpts one to accept and become unafraid of it in forthcoming life. Success is dubious and distractive. it is the bestower of false hopes. it is the provider of unreal expectations. it is the failure which keeps the surge in check and shows the real dimensions of life. REAL SHOWCASE OF STRENGTH IS NOT IN SUCCEEDING, BUT FAILING AND THEN SUCCEEDING.