By Charles Leyman Kachitsa
We have to come to a point where failure is not looked down upon but seen as a reminder that after all we are not super humans. In a point blank way man has always failed and that’s why God had to send someone in the name of Jesus Christ to remind us of that and also remind us that there is a creator who is overseer of all, He never fails.
Failure has of late received much attention by researchers who have studied its benefits in individuals. Paradoxically we look at successful people and most often only define them by their success. Such successful people have their own stories which may have more failure along the way than triumphs. What this means is that we all have stories behind what people see us our current status.
Those who are successful and have shared their journeys to that pinnacle often mention the lessons they have leant along the way from their failures if they are sincere enough. Some of the benefits of failure is that it makes people humble, it makes people more stronger and resilient, it makes people more strategic in their conduct and decision making. Most importantly failure depends individuals empathetic skills.
BECOMING by Michelle Obama