Maryam’s Dead Ended, Seemingly Rhetorical but Generally Futile Questions about Life (Part 1)

Why do you have to get it wrong so many times before you can get it right?

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7 thoughts on “Maryam’s Dead Ended, Seemingly Rhetorical but Generally Futile Questions about Life (Part 1)

  1. just a theory:

    because we’re inclined to learn more (or, more quickly/effectively) from our mistakes, than if we had immediate success.

    (ps: your posts have been very short of late. why is that?)

  2. If you actually know when you’re wrong, you’re doing better than most. Look on the bright side, you’re not wrong, you’re learning. When you think you can afford to stop learning, that’s when you’re really, really wrong.

  3. This is one of those questions which does not have a single answer. In some cases people do not want to learn, in others they cannot see that the current situation is just like the previous one and sometimes people are just tired of everything so they no longer care if they are making the same mistakes. adios!

  4. dreamlife: i’ve not got time to write longer ones. also, just give me the success already, i’m over mistakes.

    mr angry: hmm.. true but really, how many goes does it take? like learn the freakin lesson already.

    sumera: haha, tell me about it! can we not expedite this process at all?

    faraz: that’s what ppl who make mistakes say.

    von aurum: very true 🙂

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