It’s Okay To Do Mistakes

Have you ever written a message to someone by mistake?

Have you said someone something which you never actually intended to?

I know what might have happened next(No I am not any kind of baba or fortune teller)

First, you regretted then you started overthinking about the incident, Right?.

You start thinking what the other persons is thinking. You start thinking about how he must be cursing you in his mind..

You start thinking how now the other person is making plans to spoil your career, Nah! Just joking!! Don’t think too much!! Secret — It mostly just happens in movies.

But You know what? I am okay with the mistakes I do and I feel even you shouldn’t be worried too much about your mistake. Why?


Normally what we do when we did a mistake?

We first regret

Then we start overthinking about what the other person might be thinking, Right?

We start assuming that the other person might be very angry or might be cursing us in their mind. Which might not be true.

And then we become worried.

We are worried about what the other person might be thinking rather than thinking about rectifying the mistake we did.

We need to learn to move on. Because if you already done a mistake there is no point taking too much burden for it because you cannot go back and change the past.

No one can go back and make a brand new start, but anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.

We should not be much worried about what the other person is thinking or whether he is angry with us or not.

Because the mistake has already happen and we can’t do much about it because time is not in our control(we cannot roll back the time).

We should always focus on the things we can control and not focus on things we can’t control as we cannot control either time or someone’s mind about how they think.

So what can we do?

We should give that person a sincere apology for the mistake we did instead of assuming stuff that might not even be true.

Instead of focussing on the person or the mistake, we should focus on rectifying the mistake we did so that we don’t repeat the same in the future.

Failure is the opportunity to begin again more intelligently


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