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In Student Life 'Fail' Means All Is Over?

Updated on May 3, 2020

In student life 'Fail' means all is over?

The simplest answer to the question in the title is ‘no’ and as easy as this answer is, it is much harder to accept this simple answer after failing at something. Speaking from personal experience as a student, such comforting words after failing eesomewhere. Although it doesn't work, but in fact, once or twice in your student life, you have to face failure, for example,Not being able to get a pass mark in any exam, not getting a promotion in any class or not being admitted to the university of your choice but seemingly a big failure will not have such a significant impact on your life. I will not console you when you suddenly see your failure in front of your eyes as comfort cannot soothe that injury but I will say ‘no’ to the five things you should do to overcome the failure.

1.There is no way to be disappointed.

If I were a linguist, I might declare Tension and Depression as abandoned words. Think for yourself, is there any benefit in being depressed? What is the quarter amount of profit? No, not at all. On the contrary, if you are depressed or deeply tense about something, the chances of success later on are also reduced. Because these two things end us from the inside out. The biggest thing,When you become depressed after failing somewhere, that depression will slowly remind you of all the mistakes you have made so far in your life and you will feel so insignificant that you will not be able to recover from that failure. Remember, “The present changes the past. Looking back you don't find what you left behind. ” –Kiran Desai. That's why if you try to make the present better without suffering from unnecessary depression, the old failure will becomeinsignificant compared to your present.

2.Don't tell anyone the story of failure until you succeed.

One of our big habits in this age is to share whatever we have on social media. Well, how many inhabitants of that virtual world are really our well-wishers? Most people enjoy it more than they are hurt by the stories of others' failures. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. Being depressed or being deeply tense about something also reduces your chances of success later on.Many times you yourself forget about your failures but people will not let you forget. And people can do nothing but comfort you, at which time you will be your biggest helping hand. Successful people are in control of almost every single moment of their success. As such, don't tell the story of failure to anyone but the mantra of overcoming failure.

3.Don't even think, "Nothing will happen to me."

Do you know when you will be able to declare yourself a complete failure? From the day you think "nothing will happen to me" nothing will happen to you because if you don't have the morale to succeed then how will success come? So always think of yourself as very valuable, hmm maybe this time success has not come but it does not mean that you can slip your legs while walking on the street but it does not mean that you will not get up thinking that you do not have the ability to move forward.

4.Never stop dreaming and working hard.

Temporary failure may come, it does not mean that you will end your dream. If you can't implement the dream in the same way, you will do it differently. Hmmm, many times failure is such that it is no longer possible to realize the dream. But when one road is closed, nature itself opens another road.The Forrest Gump movie has a dialogue, "Life was like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're gonna get." Really but you don't know what is in store for you in the future. So your job will be to work tirelessly to keep the goal right.

5.Don't be angry with yourself or blame others.

It is a very common human nature to be angry at oneself when one fails to do something and to harm oneself if one fails to do so. Remember to add a broken glass but the stain remains. That is, the failures of student life, these will see over time and are not chasing you but the remorse for the misbehavior with the people close to you or the scratches you put on your own hands are not temporary.Remember, times will change, lives will change but the people closest to you will stay with you in the end. The most common saying among us about failure is, “Failure is the pillar of success” but there is a positive relationship between failure and success. Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Thomas Alva Edison, Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, Elvis Presley, Bill Gates, our favorite Walt Disney and JK Rowling are also many more successful people but failing step by step.They have come so far and in front of their failures but these failures of student life are nothing!Well, are there any famous people who have become famous without fail? Of course not! So if they can, why can't you? And last but not least, the headline made you read this article. You have failed today, it means there must be something good in front of you, maybe this failure is the 'curse' for you. And never underestimate yourself and never give anyone a chance to do it.

Can't work Always fear always shame Sankalpa Sankalpa Sada Tole, - Lest people

say something.

© 2020 MD Naimur Rahman Araf


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