Theory to Fail

‘To Fail’  is a phrase which  we all can relate to at some point of our lives. Fail in literal sense mean “unable to achieve goals or” or “neglect to do something”. In reality its a little different then projected. Failure has been overrated to some extent and its productive nature has been severally underrated. When we strive to fulfill our goals, it is a process; failures and success are a part of it. If you try to achieve a goal and you fail it means a temporary setback but also an opportunity to think through the process again and fish out the potential problems. If you have been careful in analyzing the problems your next attempt should take you closer to your goals, even if you are not able to achieve it completely.
Failure happens because of our mistakes ,negligence or sometime fate take its toll and results in some grieve losses and blunders. Failures can create big disasters too, but not everything is perfect and controlled in this world. The probability of failure is always there and it gives us the opportunity to take precautions for the future. Many inventions and discoveries came into existence because something somewhere ‘Failed’ to deliver and it had to be improved. Whether it be political, Social, Military or Domestic area failure has always played a productive role. Peace Treaties, Democracy, Advancement in medical field, Relief Programs are all a by product of Wars, Suffering, Disasters and Anarchy. Which are labeled as human failures.
The downside of failure is ,it gives setbacks; some setbacks are for life and we never recover and some of us keep growing on those failures. Giving up after failure might seem as the right thing to do but it actually is the wrong. One need to understand that up and down in life are a natural occurrence and shouldn’t become the reason of halting one’s progress to achieve its goals.
I will quote some great words by a person who is renowned for facing one of the most depressing times of human history.
“Success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm”. – Winston Churchill

Disclaimer : Everything published in this blog is a work of reality, any relevance to real person or event is purely intentional .


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