Experience vs. Child's play
Experience is learned and acquired over time.
There are no instant vitamins that can produce instant experience.
The great invertor Charles Kettering suggested that we learn to fail intelligently. He said, “Once you’ve failed, analyze the problem and find out why, because each failure is one more step leading up to the cathedral of success. The only time you don’t want to fail is the last time you try.”
Here are three suggestions to turn failure to success:
- Honestly face defeats; never fake success.
- Exploit the failure; don’t waste it. Learn you can from it; every bitter experience can teach you something.
- Never use failure as an excuse for not trying again.
We not be able to reclaim the loss, undo the damage, or reverse the consequences, but we can make another start.
Knowing how to benefit from failure is the key to success- especially when God to work in us, both to will and to His good plaesure.
Want to gain experience - learn from failures. It is the best way to learn.
Child's play- I want to have a game!!!
Child's play is nevertheless a bad one... Life can knocks us down but eventually we can pull our self and trigger the right track... Eagerness and self esteem would be the most important factor of one's personality.. We can reach our full potentials with these kind of factors... However, Life would not be meaningful without the defeats that molds us into a better player.... Play hard..!
It is not important to win or a shame of being lost.. It is the power we created and the link of friendship that pulls us both into this kind of game...!