I’m kinda stuck on a few phrases of late.
“Everything happens for a reason.”
“There are no failures, only learnings.”
“What will be, will be.”
But what’s wrong with accepting failure? Acknowledging defeat? Saying that something didn’t turn out how I wanted?
What if I missed an opportunity? Fucked up an experiment? Perhaps timing had other ideas or I couldn’t control the people around me?
Optimism feels like a crucial part of life. But avoiding reality and the law of cause and effect doesn’t.
I guess it’s true – even if I don’t like how something is, it doesn’t change that it still is.
Should we edit these lines instead?
Everything happens. And then we create a reason.
What will be, will be. And how I move forward is up to me.
There are failures. And we learn from them.
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