Failure Doesn’t Mean You are Unintelligent

You don’t become unintelligent by failing!

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Failure is really not a sign of less intelligence or incapability and it doesn’t prove that you are less smart or dull. To fail is to learn, to fail is to refine your methods to work more effectively. If someone says there was no failure in his/her entire life then remember it’s a lie because failure means mistakes, imperfections and no one is flawless. And it’s not a shame if you fail, it simply means you have an opportunity to learn something new. Yes, failure makes us sad, it feels hard when we experience failures. Failure is simply a part of life so we should accept it whenever we experience it.

To fail means you are trying, to try means you are working, to work means you are taking action, and that’s what is required to achieve success. If you look at failure as a tool that detects your problems and reveals your weaknesses then you can learn a lot from your failure and you can work wisely to achieve great results. Be wise and stay kind to yourself when you fail because the first thing that most of us do is, we harm and damage ourselves by telling our mind really negative things about us. We should be careful after failure because of course people criticize us and tell us that we are losers or incapable, whatever they tell, we should not allow them to destroy our confidence.

We should work to improve ourselves and our work by asking for help from those who believe in us. If you think no one believes in you, believe in yourself and to get help find people who can believe in you. Always remember, you are not alone who fails, falls, and does things in the wrong way, we are all same in it. We are only ahead and behind in the failures race, but we are all present in it.




Dream of a kind world where we all understand each other’s importance, feel worthy and valuable, and see ourselves as a beautiful part of humanity.

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Hassan Siddiqui

Hassan Siddiqui

Hassan is a heartfelt thinker who believes in the power of the written word to inspire action and enlighten our lives. He is the author of Twenty Bright Paths.

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