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Daily Positive Thought. It’s Okay To Make Mistakes.

posted by tereziafarkas

 

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Your mistakes are there to remind you, not guide you.

Part of the human experience is making mistakes. Sometimes the lessons we learn are quick and easy. Other times the lessons are difficult and painful. Holy men and women have all made mistakes in their lives. Even Jesus allowed Himself to mistakes as part of his human experience, like when he strayed from his parents while they visited the temple, causing Mary and Joseph great worry because they couldn’t find Him. Mistakes teach you what to do in a particular circumstance or situation. Next time you will be equipped with knowledge and experience.

Mantra: I accept my mistakes as learning experiences and appreciate the knowledge I have gained. 

 



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