Always go too far because that’s where you’ll find the truth and frozen microwave cake by Lisa Pfeiffer.
We often hear clever life advice which sounds so pleasant, that failure is just the ingredient of success, that failure will lead to becoming a better version of yourself. But I don’t think that’s true. It’s just a painful fact to accept and move on, despite, not because of failure. It doesn’t make you better, it’s up to you to define it’s meaning, but to me it’s not where the interesting part starts. It’s about what happens after you failed your initial goals and how you decide to shape what comes next. Are you willing to get up again, continue when it seems pointless? Are you ready to understand why “pointless” is just a very one sided narrow view of possible meanings? Are you ready to find new sense? Let go of old dreams and find new goals? Stay fluid and flexible in the face of what reality has to offer?