Focus on New Opportunities and Not Your Failures.

Well, it’s true, you have failed and you have been hurt in the past.  But it’s also true that you have loved, and been loved.  That you have risked, and received.  That you have grown not just older, but wiser.  And all of this carries a weight of its own—a greater weight than any particular failure or wound.  In fact, it’s better to have a life full of small wounds and failures that you learned from, rather than a lifetime filled with the regrets of never trying.  Think about it!  Have you ever seen a toddler learn to walk?  They stumble and fall numerous times before getting it right.  The falls are learning opportunities.  Oftentimes it takes pain and patience to make lasting progress.  So don’t let time pass you by like a hand waving from a train you desperately want to be on.  Don’t spend the rest of your life thinking about why you didn’t do what you can do right now.


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