is failure more important then success
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But, failure might have its times where it works there are people in life that have succeeded in life without any goals or education. The places they have landed made there lifes easy in some way. My family had an education up to high school and dropped out and some have not had an education at all. For example, my own father didnt have goals or an education, now he has four kids an works well as a constuction worker and works pretty good. My mom is a assistant in lake orion at a assistant living. They are making it through there life and pushing us forward to a better life but my family still had some type of goal to be successful with us.
Other then that, success is way more important then failure only because without a goal you will not make it. Failure will not get you anywhere higher then a part time job or get anywhere near a job like top lawyers. Success is the key to having a wonderful life where you can be a good person in life and have such a greatful goal. It is not a good thing to fail yourself because in the end you regrate doing the things you did to get you near that spot to drop yourself. Success is the only way to keep yourself up and held high and to be someone in your life. Success is more important than anything in this world.
Failing at something in life doesn't make you a loser or a failure, it helps you get back on your feet and into the game with more experience...
No one likes to admit they have failed. In life people are rewarded and praised for success, that ends up creating a culture where no one can admit their failure and accept the consequences. A culture where people don't learn from their mistakes and end up repeating the same ones over and over. Failure is not a thing to be ashamed of...
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