Have you ever made a terrible mistake and regret so much about it?
Have you ever written a long winded post and failed to save it?
Have you ever put so much of efforts into something but the result didn’t turn out as what you have expected?
Have you ever accidentally press something and found a new thing?
Have you ever worked on something and suddenly everything is crashed?
Have you ever lost something and you have cried so hard because you have to do the entire thing from scratch again?
Have you ever made a decision that it flattened your entire life?
Have you ever mistakenly taken a wrong route and regret about it?
I bet. All of us do. Who we are without regrettable mistakes? We crushed, we cried, we rolled, we throw, we screamed, we shouted, we regret, we cursed and all other things out of frustration.
Have you ever found that we did it better when we redo it?
Have you ever found that you found a new way?
Have you ever found that you have explored new tricks?
Have you ever found that things happened for a good reason?
Have you ever found that you have learned a new thing?
Have you ever found it saved you from further damage?
Have you ever found it saved your life?
Have you ever found it bring you to the right destiny?
Have you ever found it corrected your wrong path?
Have you ever found it introduced you to your life partner?
Have you ever found it tells you the many reasons why it didn’t work out?
Have you ever found it has changed your life?
Now, are you glad that it didn’t work the way you want it to be? If you ever questioned the “have you ever” before and after, I guess this is the right time to do so. Small or big, sit and explore the “have you ever” NOW.
You’ll know how better you have become now.
Most of my discoveries are leads by mistakes or usually an accidental found. I realised that every mistake and accident that I made had made me a better me. I loved to embrace my mistakes. I’m no longer cursing it. In fact, I tell myself that there must be something that I didn’t learn. Hence, this happened and it will teach me something. To my surprise, it did.
I’m glad that I’m making mistakes; I have no regrets about it. Mistakes are discoveries.
P.S. I wrote this post a few months back and totally forgot it. Reading back today, it had given me the strength I needed the most now.