Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Making things right

The best way to learn is by making mistakes. Then, you realize what is wrong and make it right. Those who do not err are not doing anything worthwhile.

People like to point out the failings of others. Perhaps this gives them a sense of superiority. Or maybe they are turning the attention away from themselves.

The ones who succeed do not indulge in excuses. They acknowledge their shortcomings and work to overcome them. People foolishly think they had it easy.

We all have problems that we struggle with. Finding the source of the trouble could mean looking within. A few minor adjustments just might do the trick.

It is not necessary to tear the house down to fix one loose board. Spiritual improvement can actually be quite simple. Do what is best and the answers will come.

We do not know everything, so errors are bound to be made. Still, it is shameful to know better and do the same. Take care lest your failings begin to take root.


  1. We indeed have our strengths and weaknesses, it's up to us to find them and use them.

    1. It all comes down to accentuating the positive and eliminating the negative. Drop whatever is weighing you down. Then, you will make progress.

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    1. Doing your best means examining oneself to determine how to do better. Take an honest look and take productive steps. Then, you will learn just how good you can be.