We are taught most of the times that we should keep learning from our and others mistakes. But yet again we keep making mistakes and then start thinking about how great it would have been if we could go back and erase them, but in fact if seen through a proper view these mistakes prove to be the most important steps towards our goal. Also it is very important that we forgive ourselves which is truly much difficult than forgiving others. I have always had difficulty doing this. But I know now that this helps to clear the negative thoughts clouding around and allows the mind to come out with the solution easily. It feels good to look at the mistakes in this way. 🙂 I have in fact learnt a lot from my mistakes. And yes now when I look back I can see that these have actually helped me reaching here. With that said, I will continue to keep up the positive attitude towards these scary and embarrassing mistakes. 😉


  1. Wow…all u women are truly impressing me 🙂 First asha now u…great post nisha 🙂 Keep it up…this is a great way of expressing your thoughts and views.

    • 🙂 Thanks so much Rifka….I never thought I would do something like this 🙂

  2. Hey Nish this is awesome. I am very proud of you. Make loads of mistakes bcoz Creativity is about making mistakes…Art is knowing which ones to keep. Keep up the good work and keep blogging about it.

    • 🙂 Thanks…I was inspired by your blog….
      so true…we should know which ones to keep….

  3. Supriya Waghmare

    Hey Nis… Very Nice… 🙂 Yes you are perfectly right..We have to learn from our mistakes.. I am proud of you.

    I have been knowing you from last 2 and half years..I have seen you how much you have changed and how you learned from your mistakes…Its true…So keep it up baby… 😉

  4. Interesting post. Nice to see another blogger! 🙂

    Keep it up!

    A great quote by Obama
    “Making your mark on the world is hard. If it were easy, everybody would do it. But it’s not. It takes patience, it takes commitment, and it comes with plenty of failure along the way. The real test is not whether you avoid this failure, because you won’t. it’s whether you let it harden or shame you into inaction, or whether you learn from it; whether you choose to persevere.”

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