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Which is worse, failing or never trying?

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never trying. if you never try, you will always have that "what if" question. If you fail, at least you know that you tried your best and that's all anyone could ever ask for.

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Never trying in my opinion!

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Failing. It means that you at least tried to succeed. If you don't ever try, you will never get anywhere.

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Sorry, I mean that failing is the more better one. Never trying it the worst.
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It's worse to never try something. Because when you fail you can just learn from it. But if you never tried, you would have never learned anything.

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i agree with you :)
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Never trying.

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i think never-trying is worse than failing .

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Failing

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Never trying, because it means you're either not brave enough or too lazy to try.

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'Never trying' is by far the worse choice. 'Failing' means you atleast tried. If you never try then you wont ever learn your limits. You couldve succeed but because you didnt try youll never know. Many great opportunities are lost due to fear of failing. If you fail then you atleast know that you tried your best and next time you can just one up your best. There might not always be a next time so you always wanna try your best. Hope I helped! Good luck :)

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