They always say that mistakes can teach us valuable lesson and I would jokingly answer, "Are you willing to do mistake then?". If it teaches us a great lesson, why is it that nobody is willing to do such? If anyone ask me that question, I would answer yes. I am willing to be wrong. I'd rather try and fail than to do nothing. To be willing to make mistake is to gain one's greatest asset, that is self-trust. I don't want to diminish myself second-guessing myself by worrying about failure. With all those mistakes that I've done, I can now consider the prospect of failure, but I don't need to preoccupy myself with pointless worries. If I fail, so be it, I just need to deal with it.
A man grows more from failure than he does from success. Success cannot test his resolve in the way that failure can. Success has its challenges, but a man learns more about himself when he takes on challenges that involve risk. When a man plays it safe, his vitality is lost, and he losses his edge.Having been said, I refuses to play it safe. Taking on all challenges even if it means stabbing myself with a blunt dagger over and over again, until I grow numb of the pain. I would risk anything even if it means going beyond my comfort zone.