Do you really feel like a failure, or are you bemoaned
by the ineptitude to meet your needs?
Failure is part of the process to our destiny. The
Biography of successful people is full of tales of
failures at various stages of their life.
Successful people are up there today not because of
their success, but because they made their failures a
Learn to turn your pains, struggles and failures around
with right actions and thoughts.
Learn to come back, after every fall.
Our generation is full of people with great potentials
who spend all their lifetime making excuses about
what life did not give them, stop making excuses, don’t
blame anyone for your present condition, accept responsibility
for your life.
After all, the God who created you had a plan for you.
The number of times you fall do not count,
but what you do after every fall matters.
The man who wins may have been counted out
Several times, but he didn’t hear the referee.
So do not count yourself out,
I have good news for you; YOU ARE STILL IN THE RACE.
Stand up. Learn from that experience and move on.
Where you are today with the help of your friends or parents is just
a BUS STOP on your way to success, stop
complaining, pick the NEXT BUS and MOVE ON.
Paul J. Meyer said “ninety percent of all those who
fail are not actually defeated, they simply quit.”
Defeat is an acceptance, failure is a process.
Let me give you a story I read from a book; about the
A lot of people today remember the Wright Brothers for
their wonderful achievement, but do you know that
somebody started the whole process of flying a plane
Dr. Samuel Langley, a Professor of mathematics and
Astronomy at the Smithsonia Institute, with over ten
years experience in science publication and research
that attracted the US War Department sponsorship
When Dr. Langley tried to fly his first bi-plane in
October 8,1903, it finished up in the water, not more
than 50 yards from where it had taken off.
The New York Times blasted him and called it “A
But Langley ignored their criticism and stay focused.
Two months later he tried again. And again he was
unsuccessful. This time around the wing supports broke
as the plane took off and plunged upside down into a
Again the New York Times came with their criticism and
and asked him to stop wasting his time, money and
After this events, Langley gave up and he wrote “I have
brought to a close the portion of the work, which
seemed to be specially mine. For the next stage the
world may look to others.”
And Langley gave up his dream.
But nine days later, Orville and Wilbur Wright with no
money, no experience, flew their plane, FLYER 1, over the
sands of Kitty Hawk and into the history book.
While the world today celebrates the Wright
Brothers, Langley died unheard off.
You are responsible for the dreams and ideas that God
Take hold of your life and work hard,
brace up and hold on to your dreams.
Your gifts, dreams and ideas are not needed in
heaven, they are meant for impact here on earth.
Dear friend, Stand.