Every human being aspires for SUCCESS only. Most of us strive to achieve a targeted destination. Obviously, To fulfill this quest, everyone ought to have to finalize and execute a plan. Naturally, we would have to make efforts with our full of capacity and ability.
Although we try our best to complete the undertaken task efficiently, everytime fulfillment of desires is not guaranteed. Apart from our strength and weaknesses, the external conditions also affect the outcome.
CONSTANT SUCCESS CULTIVATE ARROGANCE
Whenever a person achieves something constantly may become proud and arrogant. Though it is against the law of nature. The fruit-bearing trees always bend downwards. Actually, a successful person shall remain humble and generous. Both gain or lose are two sides of the same coin.
FAILURE CAUSES DISSATISFACTION
Certainly, our aspirations to gain only forever will cause mental agony and dissatisfaction. Whenever we face failure we must introspect and re-evaluate our plan and its execution. Our endeavor shall be to plug the loopholes and undertake the remedial actions. Obviously, vigorous efforts with motivation shall be the need of the hour.
LEARN FROM SUCCESS AND FAILURE
Naturally,It is not possible to accomplish every task constantly without any hurdle. Therefore, we must develop the right understanding of both success and failure.
- whatever the outcome, we must accept it the way it is.
- The mental feelings of attachment to the desire of gaining only cause unsatisfactoriness.
- The shortcomings to execute the plan efficiently must be looked into and corrected.
Basically, All of us must analyze the reasons for failure and rearrange the efforts. Definitely, it will enhance our confidence. No doubt, praises are showered for every achievement, and the failures are always criticised. A wise person will remain undisturbed by failure. As both these are part and parcel of our daily life so we must enjoy these. Meditation to develop mindfulness and awareness would certainly, cultivate the right understanding.
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