Getting the results YOU want is always succeeding.
If one wanted to flunk a test but ended up passing then they would have not gotten (their desired result) and therefore would have failed.
You have obviously done both.
If you fail, you succeed at failing, and you fail at succeeding. If you succeed, you fail at failing, yet you succeed at succeeding.
Swish that around in your brain a few times, and it will all be clear to you.
by Obscure_Treasures 10 years ago
do u have an answer?
by sunidhi sharma 9 years ago
If you try to fail and succeed, what haveyou done?ha ha when u rely dnt know that should I cry or laugh hmm or just sit expressionless.... like a dummy.............however success always brings happiness u show it or not and datz an ugly truth .....
by Juliette Kando FI Chor 9 years ago
What would you try if you knew you COULD NOT FAIL?
by Helen Murphy Howell 10 years ago
Which Is Worse?Which is worse failing or never trying?
by PermissionGiver 9 years ago
What has been stopping you from succeeding?
by Barrington Nixon 9 years ago
Which is worse?Is it worse, failing or not trying?
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