By human nature, we are subject to commit mistakes. Sometimes we are able to do wrong things that have bad consequences. But it does not mean that we are evil, or cannot be trusted ever afterward.
Here’s one thing that I’d like to share. When the times comes that you begin to live the life of your dreams, there will always be obstacles, doubters, mistakes and setbacks along the way. The one that hurts the most is when your own family have no faith in you. They don’t believe in your capacity and competence to reach your dreams. But with hard work, perseverance and self-confidence; you can achieve whatever you want to have in life. Of course, it should be couple with prayers and action.
Basically, we learn from our failure, not from our success. But what’s important is that we learn from them and move on with life. Never let the result of one mistake define us. If we do, we will be crippled through our lifetime.
Everyone makes mistakes. The important thing is to not make the same mistake twice because by doing so, we are not learning at all. Try stepping backward, after making a wrong turn, it is a step in the right direction. We have to change what we need to change in our life.
Admit that we commit mistakes but the bottom line is how we are able to rectify them by not doing the same mistake again. However, the danger lies in letting those mistakes make us. Make us believe we can’t put things right. Make us think there’s no hope. Make us give up. Make us helpless.
Everyone makes mistakes, but not all are brave enough to own them. It takes a lot of guts to accept our mistakes. Trying to be perfect is a hypocrite’s life. Pretending to be flawless is nothing because deep inside we know that we have committed errors for once in our life.
If you can’t accept it to yourself, then, there’s no use of regretting it because it will just make your life miserable. Remember, as long as you are live, you still have the chance to fix them.
In fact, a moment of brilliance is not good enough to pay for your mistakes. It’s about taking responsibility for the consequence of your actions so that when someone points out your past mistakes, you can tell them that I become what I am today because of my previous pitfalls and I am not ashamed of them. I accept them as my inspiration to strive hard and succeed in life rather than destroy my whole being.