Posts Tagged ‘errors’

We Are All Failures

July 26, 2011


Even the gravest of mistakes can be a blessing if you use it as a key to unlock inner storehouses of fortitude and resolve.


Failure is God’s own tool for carving some of the finest outlines in the character of his children.
Thomas Hodgkin

Behind every successful person is a trail of (more…)

Do What Is RIght Today

September 16, 2010

Living a life of integrity begins right now. If others continue to define you by your past errors, so be it.

Anyone who proposes to do good must not expect people to roll stones out of his way, but must accept his lot calmly, even if they roll a few stones upon it.
Albert Schweitzer




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Stop Making the Mistake of Thinking Mistakes Are Mistakes

December 15, 2009


It’s a maxim echoed by spiritual sages through the ages: Do your work without attachment to results. As the Bhagavad Gita, the greatest and holiest of ancient Hindu scriptures, states: “You are only to perform your duty without an eye on their fruits.”

One of the benefits to living this way is that it erases any stigma about “making mistakes.” Every action simply recalibrates the unified field, redirecting you to other possible outcomes. Trust this process; it is the road to wisdom.


You cannot fail, you can only produce results.
Wayne Dyer

Missteps, misfires, and mishaps are invaluable teachers. Architect and visionary Buckminster Fuller explained the value of mistakes through the analogy of a ship’s rudder. A ship tends to continue moving in the direction it is angled. The helmsman has to (more…)