Failure is an event (not a person)


There aren’t very many forces in this life that influence and shape our realities like the words of our mouth. And this is true, whether we look at it from a spiritual or psychological sense.

Now, how is it that it is common to hear people say, “I have a cold” or “I have a headache”. But you never hear anyone say, “I am a cold or I am a headache”. And yet, somehow, we make a general mistake of saying, “I am afraid” or the worst of it, “I am a failure”. We say it as if the fear is us. We personalize the failure like it is a permanent experience – something you will have for the rest of your life.

Very wrong use of language.

Here’s what I think is most certainly true: “You are a success”

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