One story to prove my point is the story of J.K. Rowling. Many people know her for writing the Harry Potter books. But before that she had a long and rough life. In 1990, she first had the idea for the book. Yet later that year her mother died from 10 years of complications from Multiple Sclerosis ( a progressive disease involving damage to the sheaths of nerve cells in the brain). In 1992 she moved to Portugal to teach English where she met her future husband and had a daughter. In 1993 she had a divorce with her husband and moved to Edinburgh, Scotland to be closer to family. At that time she had finished three chapters of Harry Potter with her. At this moment Rowling had lost faith in herself. She had no job, was divorced, broke, had a dependent child, and was eventually living on government aid. In 1995 all 12 major publishers rejected the Harry Potter script, yet a year later a small publishing house, Bloomsbury, accepted it. In 1997, the book was published with only 1000 copies, 500 of which were distributed to libraries. In 1997 and 1998, the b...
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...detect. It is easy for someone to see bright red uniforms and shoot at them and the Americans knew this. But yet again the British decided not to learn anything and continued marching in lines of bright red uniforms that made perfect targets. This all proves that sometimes we have to learn from our failures or they will just keep happening.
The first two stories go to show that in life failure is just the gateway to success. It is not the end of a journey unless someone decides to make it their end. If Churchill can lose an entire fleet due to his impatience and still become prime minister of England twice then that alone should prove that failure is not the end. Yet there are also times where people have to learn from their failures else you will make them a thousand times over. Success consists of failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm (Winston Churchill).
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