You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don't try to forget the mistakes, but you don't dwell on it. You don't let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space.
"If at first you don't succeed, failure may be your style" - Quentin Crisp:-)
Such inspirational words! Love the photo too.
We can all learn a thing or three from "The Man in Black". Man, what a life he led and I must say he definitely learned from his many mistakes in a spectacular way.
GREAT post..and love that quote.
If only I could always put this into practice! Love the way the shadows are cast over the ground.
Another lesson learned, I can almost here that music playing.
Love the patio pattern.Great words from a wise man.
i'd hate to keep that patio weed-free, but i guess it's just like life - you've gotta keep after it...
Such a great thought. And wonderful texture and light in the stones!
Dawn I love this so true. B
True! How's training? I hope your running is going well :-)
good ole' johnny, he had a way with words!!!love the pathway!!!!
Lovely : )
nice post...have a great Sunday Dawn...
Nice picture...good quote!
I love this quote. Perfect shot to go with it too!
Dawn, I never heard that quote before but gosh, it is so true...and isn't it all stepping stones?very lovely!Have a great day!
Nice quote. Johnny Cash developed his own special wisdom.
Stepping stones it is...
I think those are powerful words to live by. Thanks,
Well, he must have lived by this philosophy because he didn't let his mistakes stop him from experiencing his true passion.
Absolutely true. I think we are all a little guilty of letting our mistakes steal our energy. Mr. Cash gives good advice.
I miss his ability to turn words into inspiration.Then again, words, especially his, are timeless. So glad you chose to share these, in particular, today. Thanks Dawn!
Wonderful quote Dawn and the photo is perfect.
So true :D
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