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Friday, December 16, 2011

To my friends


To my dear friends; when everything was set and fine, the wind of prejudice blew thy way. It doesn’t mean that you are total losers. It doesn’t mean that failure is fatal. It means that it is the greatest prospect to get up.

A Chinese proverb reads, "Failure is not falling down, but refusing to get up." it suggests, it is not the falling down that is the failure, it's the staying down.

When we fall short, experience a setback, or things just don't go our way, we have two choices: give-up or regroup. One of the biggest problems with failure is when we think it means something to our worth or our value. If we can frame failure differently and instead see it as an opportunity to learn and grow, then it stops being a source of self-criticism and self-doubt, and becomes a tool for self-improvement. You all can do my dear friends!

It’s important to remember that often a failure or setback can bring the kind of clarity that nothing else will. Failure can be viewed as a great gift, an opportunity for a new, creative approach to a specific situation, or maybe even to life in general. As Napoleon Hill once wrote, "Failure is nature's plan to prepare you for great responsibilities." What great responsibilities await you?

Good luck my dear friends we’ll miss you all a lot.

Dedicated to Phuntsho, Sonam, Tshering and Galay..

















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