I do not fail, I succeed in finding out what does not work. “There is no real failure. There is only delay, and sometimes delay helps you to appreciate the arrival of something that you’ve been waiting for.”
There is a great deal of satisfaction that comes with accomplishing a goal. There is a great deal of pride that you can feel from a job well done, a task accomplished. You have a history on planet Earth of recognizing accomplishments, landmarks, and milestones. It is a proud tradition to honor those who have demonstrated a certain amount of success in their field.
Now, we appreciate you in your failure. We appreciate you in your lack of success and achievement. Why do we do this? Why would we find there to be a reason to celebrate someone’s failure? We see every experience that you have as an opportunity for growth. We see the hardships and the challenges that you face as giving you more to work with than the successes and the accomplishments.
We also feel that you are achieving more in your failures than you are in your successes. It is easy to pay someone a compliment when they’ve just achieved something. It is easy to love yourself and appreciate yourself based upon successful endeavors, but what is far more rewarding is to pick yourself up after having fallen, after having failed, and to embrace yourself as you are and see yourself as lovable.
It is far more beneficial for you to have compassion and unconditional love for yourself than it is for you to achieve that goal so that you can feel conditional love and support for yourself. We also like it when you succeed, but we especially like it when that success has come from a willingness to take all of your lumps from the times where you did not succeed.
We love to see the triumph of your spirit. We love to witness you bringing yourselves from the depths and taking yourselves beyond where you ever believed you could go.
There is no real failure. There is only delay, and sometimes delay helps you to appreciate the arrival of something that you’ve been waiting for. It always does. The only question is whether you appreciate the experience of putting off the inevitable success, the inevitable triumph, and the inevitable accomplishment. No greater accomplishment will ever be achieved than showing yourself unconditional love.
That is why that illusion of failure is so important to your process of evolution. That is why we love sending you unconditional love, regardless of what you have done or not done in your lives.
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