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Failure, the mother of success. I have, by chance, developed a passion for mountain climbing. I have always considered myself somewhat of a thrill-seeker

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Failure, the Mother of Success Life, which is defined as the precious period of animate existence of an individual, is similar to a delicate collage that contains decorations of both failure and success. While we are all dedicating our lives to achieving the point of success, failures are indeed ineluctable and will consistently be the obstacles that we are destined to overcome. Each significant failure in our life, regardless of its impact, gives us an idea on how to conquer it and the experience we obtain within the challenges strengthens us in terms of insightful knowledge and useful knowledge. Therefore, in order to truly experience all that life has to offer and eventually accomplish our goals, we must be able to accept failure and make it the starting point of our lifelong journey towards success. A while ago, I have, by chance, developed a passion for mountain climbing. I have always considered myself somewhat of a thrill-seeker, and my curiosity about the wild nature has definitely created a series of worthwhile thrills in my life. ...read more.

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With the decisive spirit and aim in my mind, I gradually stood up and began treading on the mountain with optimism. I griped the slippery rocks and tried to pull myself up. Whenever I slipped, losing my grip or falling on my back, my body in some ironic twist gained eternal energy and there was newfound strength in my arms. Within the next two hours, I at last made it to the top with a final burst of energy. It is ironic that the most brutal of failure ultimately leads to the light of success, but it is somehow undeniable. The true success is not a just quick sprint, but a lifelong marathon in which there is no short cut to achieve the destination. The real successful people of the world do not just fall upon success, although in some cases a fair amount of luck was involved, for the most part they have worked extremely hard and gone through uncountable failures. We, in general, have all experienced failures at some point of our lives, but the worst thing that you could have possibly done is to have let these obstacles stop us. ...read more.

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If you constantly avoid pursuing goals and dreams for fear of failure you'll never know what you can do. Trying and failing is better than never having tried at all. Standing out on mountain top was an intense feeling. I stood there trying to catch my breath, the cool wind swirling around me. My head was in the clouds. There was nothing below me, only the swirling gusts of wind. I forgot how hot and tired I was. I was in a daze. It was calming and exhilarating all at once. I might as well have been flying. I stood there for a long time before I came back to reality. They say that everything happens for a reason, and failure is no exception. Don't view failure as bad luck; instead look at each attempt to reach your goals as a triumph. No matter who we are, we all have to go through the same steps to climb the mountain of success. In the future, we can learn that through determination and the knowledge gained from previous failures, we can only reach success. ?? ?? ?? ?? COURSE: ENG3U1-07 NAME: GUAN JIE XUE DATE: 2011/10/3 ...read more.

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