Rejection, we are simply afraid of and really I don't think is bad (depending on the case) But failure in and of itself is not completely bad but failing and giving up is, in fact, terrible bu failing and getting back up and trying again and again is great so it gives us room to grow and learn. HOPE THIS ANSWERS :3
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Last edited at 9:08PM on 3/6/2013
There's a quote, and I forget who said it and exactly how it goes, but it says that "failure is not in lack of success, but in never trying. A person that isn't failing every now and then, is probably not doing anything very productive." . I think failure teaches us valuable life lessons, and is how we develop wisdom. Whether or not someone's failures motive them to keep trying, depends entirely on that individual's character and determination. There is another quote that reads, "we are not defined by how often we fall, but how well we rise after falling." (Sorry I love quotes, lol.)Now rejection, on the other hand, I think is just another inevitable part of life that a person needs to look past and not get too hurt over. It hurts, but we need to not let it allow us to fear new relationships or opportunities. Rejection and failures are good or bad, depending on how we choose to react to them.
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Last edited at 4:17AM on 3/7/2013
They're not always bad, but they sure hurt! If we don't let ourselves wallow in self-pity, it's a good time to step back and, with clarity from the experience being fresh in our minds, see what we've learned and how we can improve. As a Christian, I try to remember to look to God for help. In Psalm 37:24 it talks of a good man. It says, "Though he fall, he shall not be utterly cast down: for the Lord upholdeth him with his hand." So, even when I fail, it's not the end of everything. God is there to help me get back up again. Psalm 37:26 starts out, "He is ever merciful." This is so true. :)
I have always been afraid to get rejected for the way that I am. and sometimes it makes me want to change who I am. I normally don't like the way I am and I use to try and pretend to be someone that I'm not . Rejection and losing the ones that I love is one of my biggest fears. Failure is right up ahead but when we fall down we use those to learn from our mistakes and get right back up again. It's what makes us become stronger and to stay true to who we are. We should never be ashamed of who we are. Just be happy and remember to always be well just you !
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Last edited at 11:54AM on 3/7/2013
No, depending on where you are receiving them from. Being rejected by a parent, loved one or someone important is scarring for someone, however being rejected by a bad crowd of friends would be good for you in the long run. Being rejected doesn't mean you are a bad person or have anything you need to change. And failure in something is simply a challenge to try again and harder next time.