If we never learned from our mistakes, then the light in this room would never have been made by famous Thomas Edison. If he wasn’t aware of the mistakes he was making, then he wouldn’t have learned what not to do and eventually make this happen. Good morning, I am Bles an I am the kind of person who likes learning from my mistakes, instead of bringing me down, and today I’d like to inspire you to do the same. Before the examinations came up and everyone was busy reviewing, if not was busy submitting requrements. There I was moping around, I simply had no energy to attend school with a positve outlook, unlike what I always did whenever I come to school. You see, I’ve come to a realization that I’ve been giving my trust to people quite easily, which results to me, at the end of day being rather moody and tweeting everything out. I have been wrong with treating this so-called friend too good. It was already late when I realized that she is just using me. I was blind to see that she just remembers me whenever she needs to borrow things, or to ask for favors. The time arrived when I needed help, so I ran to her and asked her. I was shocked that she became mad at me and said that I was selfish. Cheerful, friendly and lively, these are some of the words most of my closest friends would label in. I would always be the first one who laughs at jokes my friends would always say, the one who tends to be overly hyperactive when something really good happens. You see, good or bad judgement are what help us learn lessons and form a better sense of judgement. Bad judgement seems to stick with us longer as a lesson learned because we really do not want to keep repeating it. Unfortunately, for many people, it takes a few repeats of the same mistake to learn the lesson.
I would like to quote what sir Albert Einstein said “Anyone who has never made amistake has never tried anything new.” I wholeheartedly belive that good judgement comes from experimentation with life. That includes poor decisions and bad judgement. Everthing we are exposed to in life presents us with another valuable lesson. Not only can we learn from our own experiences but from the experiences of the people we surround ourselves with. The lessons lie in the way we interpret our errors. If you keep repeating the same patterns, how can you expect your result to differ? It is much more beneficial to face the mistake than to escape from it because it will never be solved by itself.
On the whole, before you even try to learn from you mistakes, you need to realize that everyone is going to make mistakes, you, your mom, dad and friends. You need to realize that we don’t live in a perfect world with perfect people. So quit bringing yourselfdown, appreciate your mistakes for what they are: precious life lessons that can only be learned the hard way.