It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

Author Unknown

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Chapter 3, Page 27, Book 21




Anyone who has never made a mistake ha never tried anything new.

Albert Eistein


March 27th - We learn from our mistakes 



We learn from failure, not from success!

Brian Stoker

I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life because I rarely get anything right the fist time I try it.  I’m one who believes that everyday is a day to learn something new. I’m constantly trying out new things.  It often takes a lot of starts before something to work for me the way it’s supposed too.  

None of us is perfect and we all have made mistakes, but we shouldn’t let them get us down.  Nothing worth having ever comes easily.  We have to practice a lot if we want to succeed.  

It’s in o our nature as humans to fail.  Whether at work, your family life or relationships, you’re bound to disapoint yourself and others at some point.

But for you to make progress in you’re life, you must learn from your mistakes.  You must learn to understand why you made a mistake or experience failure, and take corrective actions.  That’s what successful people do.

We can learn to make better choices and do just that. The decisions you make will determine what kind of person you become later and affect your future.



Itimportant that we forgive ourselves for making mistakes.  We need to learn from our errors and move on.

Steve Maraboili



4 comments:

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Your best teacher is your last mistake. - Ralph Nader

jack69 said...

Funny you should mention this. WE got a library card yesterday, the first in over 60 years. We hope to check out digital books on line, just learned you can do that. Looking forward to doing that as soon as we jump thru the NEW# hoops.
Sherry & jack

Martha said...

Very true, I love the last photo with the alphabet quote!

Mevely317 said...

I'm reminded of the time my son (age 14?) was gifted with an elaborate model ship kit. A few days later when I questioned why he hadn't touched it his response was, "I don't like those kinds of things." Several weeks later -- I don't know if it was because he was bored or what -- he finished the assembly, and it looked great. He even admitted to having been intimidated; afraid to try and fail.

That last quote is one of my favorites!