Failure is Unimportant

“Sometimes one person’s inability to understand looks like another person’s inability to explain” – Dilbert

As Dilbert just proved to us, at times our impression of ourselves and our inability to find fault or criticism in our performance more often than not will lead to a deadlock of opinion. How can one remain free from bias when looking inward? It is not uncommon to criticize our own actions etc. behind closed doors with ourselves as the only audience, but to do so before someone else would make one appear incompetent.

It is at this time that one has to remember the wise words of Charlie Chaplin, “Failure is unimportant. It takes courage to make a fool of yourself”.

Yes. To err is human, but to be judged by others for an error is a task most unbearable to all. And yet, in doing so, we open ourselves up for betterment, which is a never ending task.

No one is perfect.

As you can see, there exist a great deal of lessons to be learnt from the simplest day-to-day activities. Even the funny pages can prove a great mentor on the path of self enrichment.

Moral of the story: read the comic strip and draw your own conclusions.

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