Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck. – Dalai Lama
Many times, we see that we start feeling irritated and agitated all the while just because we had wanted something in our lives and offensively we failed to achieve it. However, we fail to realize that maybe, we haven’t achieved that thing only because God had better plans for us.
Many a time, our failure is a wonderful stroke of luck. It is not because we had been inefficient that we have not gain what we actually wanted to, rather it happened because we deserved something better than that.
The best way to analyze this is to think about something that you had wanted crazily years ago, so much so, that it seemed as if your life was in vain for you couldn’t get it. Now, look at the ‘present you’ and question yourself that aren’t you better for being a loser at that time!
We often tend to feel low or blame ourselves and the people around us for our failure. However, it is essential to understand that it is only because we haven’t achieved that particular thing or person, that we could walk towards what we are today!
Not everything is meant for each one of us. We might want a lot of things, but we get only those in our lives that we truly deserve! it is only because that you were denied at that point of time which leads you to a more successful life, catching up with a way better partner or something else!
When you fail at certain points, do not consider it to be your last hope of achievement. Take things positively and understand that if you have not achieved something, you did not receive a tag of ‘failure’ but rather you take home the lessons and ensure yourself of not repeating the same thereafter.
You can use those failures as your clues for your goal. Do not let your failure ruin you, instead, you should make them a reason for your success the next time. You must understand that your failures are the reasons for your success.
Did you ever fail in an interview or attempting something for the first time? Well, that happens and there’s nothing so heart-breaking about it!
I know it’s easier said than done but the sooner you accept the fact, the better it is for you! Sit back and try to figure out that what did actually go wrong so that you can take the lessons into account for the next time you appear for the same task or job.