Just as in the exam, we answer some of the questions wrongly, we may do the same in the life’s test as well. It is absolutely fine to commit mistakes, but that does not mean that we will have to pay for those mistakes for the rest of our lives.
We make mistakes, but at the same time, we take lessons from them. We learn a lot of things and get to know the reasons for which things went wrong or didn’t work out. This happens otherwise, as well.
Sometimes, good people also make bad choices and tend to suffer. They are compelled to suffer not because they have been bad, but because things didn’t work out positively with them.
A bad choice can lead to one’s failure, but that doesn’t depict that you should hold on to things. Take lessons from the mistake and keep moving ahead.
It is totally okay to make mistakes. None of us are supernatural powers. Hence, we can all commit mistakes. All that matters is whether or not we are ready to learn from those mistakes.
We should be open to learning, as well. Decode the things for which the result didn’t fall into its place and make sure that you aren’t repeating the same ever again.
When people make bad choices, we should not judge them or tag them as ‘bad people.’ We should have enough maturity to understand that they, too, are humans and thus, try helping them in every possible way!