They make us who we are. It's a known fact that all people make mistakes, do things that are wrong by the outlook of society, and are left up to "second chances". This could be a blessing or a curse. Blessings for the people who use their chance for the better, to advance from their loss, to make up for lost ground, and regain a grip on life. Some will grow mentally and go on to help others who are headed down a dead end road. It's saving others from taking the loss, or from putting loss in others' lives. You never know what you have until it's gone due to mistakes. From someone to convert their mind from the negative and turn it positive is a blessing and without a second chance there would never be the opportunity to shine! Nor would there be the opportunity to better oneself, to change, to help others, or to become known and viewed as a leader for good causes. As for second chances being a curse...well, this is primarily due to the person who is given a second chance, the reason being that a lot of people have a very corrupted way of thinking due to the way life goes on around them. Most of these people would use the opportunity of a second chance to try to get away or out of a predicament they're in. These people are liberated only to plot and plan ways to get away with future wrongdoing. A lot of this frame of thinking comes from a polluted mind, one that has been overcome by the poisons and stresses in life such as poverty, young parenthood, addiction, and acceptance. These people speak of having no clue of the real meaning of life, which can be a curse! Some individuals are not capable of taking the steps to change because it seems like a challenge too big to achieve. This is caused by a lack of self worth. Others given a second chance will make it worthless by taking from others' lives and causing pain. If most people would learn from their first mistake, then there would be fewer wrongs done than could be given by a second chance.
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