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You are not good enough

“I won’t have been into this mess If I’d have done better in my school.”

“I won’t have got the poor appraisal if I’d have got things done.”

“I wish, I’d have understood my spouse better for us to have a cordial relationship.”

“I wish I’d have known that one thing which could have bailed me out of this situation.”

There are so many such feelings when you face adversity, especially when it strikes most at you. And you start looking inwardly for the controls you’d have imposed on yourself to make things go the right way.

The way to come out is not to drain yourself in thinking what went wrong, but to;

Find one thing which was so good that has kept you floating and how can you do it more to emerge stronger.

Think of the way you treated people while handling adversity. If you did something wrong, seek an apology. If I have offended you in any way, knowingly or unknowingly, in thought, word or deed, then I seek your forgiveness.

Don’t keep drumming up your failure. Even it was you who messed it up, get up and get going. Give yourself an another chance to try, and you might win.

What do you think?