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Rather than idolizing perfection, we must choose to cherish what is real. To truly live is to love deeply, to get messy, to sometimes get hurt, and to stumble and fall. It is worth it. The alternative of living a life barren of these things in the pursuit of perfection would be tragically uninteresting.
If there is one lesson I’ve learned from failure and success, it’s this. I am not the outcome. I am never the result. I am only the effort.
Be persistent in the pursuit of your dreams.
Every person has his secret; in reverie, unbeknown to others, he finds peace, freedom, sorrow and love.
Most successful people move from fear to failure; to faith and then to fruitfulness. That’s the trend.
Downfall, failure and death cannot be far from any man who made counterfeit friends his ally and support.
Perseverance, endurance and patience are the three greatest survival skills.
Much of life is about failure, whether we acknowledge it or not, and your destiny is profoundly shaped by how effectively you learn from and adapt to failure.
Like the bronze statue of the Angel of the Waters, those who pursue perfection find themselves paralysed by the possibility of flaw, fault or failure.