FAILUERS ARE THE PILLARS OF SUCCESS
You know, Thomas Edison tried and failed nearly 2000 times to develop the carbonized cotton filament for the incandescent light bulb. And when asked about it he said, “I didn't fail. I found out 2000 ways how not to make a light bulb but I only needed to find one way to make it work.” A warm Good Evening to all present here. My topic for today is Failures the Pillars of Success. Life is a struggle. It is a mixture of successes and failures just like day followed by night and night followed by day. Nobody can be sure of success all through his life. Failure can come sometimes most unexpectedly. There is no doubt about it that failure leads to pain but bears a sweet fruit in the long run. It infuses a new hope, energy and vigor in one’s life. It makes a man optimist and leads him to a path of patience and perseverance. It is rightly said, “Patience and Perseverance overcome mountains”. Failure affords encouragement and crowns one’s efforts with success. We should not feel disheartened on failure but should continue the struggle till the goal is achieved. A person who loses heart after failure, is a lost soul. But a person who takes failure in its own stride and continues his efforts, does succeed in the long run. The story of king Bruce is too well known to need to be described. All the great…wait…Do ya’ll know the story? I’ll summarize it for you: Robert Bruce was the King of Scotland. He fell into the hands of the British. He wanted to free his country from the English and fought many wars. He was defeated many times in the battlefield. And after one such battle that he lost, he ran away and hid himself in a cave. One day, he was sitting in a pensive mood. All of a sudden, his attention was attracted by a tiny, little spider that had fallen from his cobweb. The king, all jobless with nothing to do, decided to see what the spider would do. (If it was me, I would killed that spider that instant). Anyways, King Bruce was not...
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