The hardest thing to do
is realize you’ve made a mistake.

You’ll have to start all over from the beginning.
No, even worse, you’ll have to back track.

“At what point did I mess up?”
You’ll ask yourself
but you won’t even be certain
if there was a single point responsible.

The hardest thing to do
is to allow yourself to accept those mistakes
as a learning process
rather than as a failure.

You believe you’ve grown
but still find yourself labeled ‘failure’.

Does this make it easier to fail
the next time
or harder?

Have you really failed if it brought
you to realizing your true potential?

The hardest thing to do
is to admit your failure
was a form of success.

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