I have learned as a struggling student that deep failure is built on a contradiction: slipping and finding ground again— creating an edge, a test, a trial of grit. If we do not pay attention we miss understanding that our greatest failures are the true moments in which we find the growth. That moment of progression in which we gained by grappling and sliding and finding our feet again. We grow as practitioners, as students, or as humans working to differentiate our experiences to move forward. We need opportunities in our systems whatever that might be to move forward, try again. and yes… FAIL. Sometimes lost in frustration of the failure; we lack the realization that the loss can develop deep practice, diligence, and perseverance that are long-lasting. When have you failed and what has this done for you?
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Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton