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BY: Jashodhara | Category: Self Improvement | Post Date: 2010-01-07

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Everyone in this world is born for some motives, need and drive. Some people's needs are more and drive them to do anything to fulfill the need in any cost. Materials are the attachment of life. To get the material in any cost should not be the motto of life.

Material reward brings pride to someone. Reward could be some medals, different prizes etc. It brings ego to someone. Everyone can not be the winner of some competition. Someone has to face the defeat. But this defeat can be diverted into positive drive. To bring this positive, the training has to be given from childhood.
A child is born with some latent talent, but it is difficult to bring the talent out if not given proper guidance. When sudden failure comes, people cannot tolerate the pain and commit unwanted action.

Every moment is a learning step. It rightly says, ‘Failure is the pillar of success-. Failures' actually opens our door for success. It may not be true always but earning material reward is not always winning a game. Sometimes failure teaches us many more things that success ever can. Failure gives experience to work better. It can change the strategy and find the better path.

When someone is preparing for IAS, it is difficult to get success in first attempt. But he changes the strategy next time and gets success. Here also he learnt something from his experience and failure. Those who get material reward from the beginning of their life, they cannot face the failure. Many people in this world are childhood failure, but very much successful in adulthood.

So time repairs the consequences and makes the life more fruitful.

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Sabyasachi, According to me, success is happiness by which you can sleep properly, failure is the state of mind where sleepless night begins.
JashodharaPurkayastha 2010-01-11
Wnning is ----
Thank you Namrata for your comment
Jashodhara Purkayastha 2010-01-10
Success or failure are defined differently by different people. Swami Vivekananda achieved success in his own terms by convincing the west about the virtues of Hinduism. A poor farmer may consider himself successful just by sending his daughter to school or a child on first day at school may find himself winner just being able to write the letter "A". Winning and losing are states of mind which changes from time to time. I think I don`t have any idea what these two terms "success" and "failure" really mean.
Sabyasachi Ghosh 2010-01-10
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Yes I agree, Winning is not always success. And whenever you get failure, you should think positive, as every bad situation have something positive. Even a stopped clock is correct twice a day, so you should think of this and lead your life.
Namrata 2010-01-08

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