Failure Is Not FinalWritten by Josh Hinds
Don't look at failure as final, it's simply a step in process - Try to remind yourself that your failures are rarely final as word failure implies. Rather they are lessons to gain insight into how to do things better next time around.
I would challenge you to find one occurrence in your own life where you have not actually gained something from a past mistake? It might take some heavy thought here, but as you ponder situation I think you'll see what I mean. Even if it was as simple as learning what not to do next time around, that's still valuable.
The Magic of the Night SkyWritten by Mike Moore
The Magic of Night Sky By Mike Moore
I love night sky. There is something comforting, mysterious and hopeful about standing under a canopy of swirling stars. Each summer I go camping alone in Canada’’s beautiful northland to satisfy a hunger for solitude, wilderness and night sky. Away from city lights there is nothing more awe inspiring than a star studded sky in stillness of wilderness. I usually set up camp beside a lonely northern lake providing me with a long horizon and an uninterrupted view of heavens. As darkness approaches I begin to sense an overwhelming closeness to mysteries of universe and a strong connection to source of all that is. I become aware of an alternate rhythm to life - a rhythm which is so easily lost amidst frenetic pace of contemporary existence. Embraced by darkness, with stars too numerous to count and comforted by gentle lapping of waves I begin to realize how much I miss living in a city with its incessant, invasive brightness. It is as if I am rediscovering an enormous part of a lost spiritual heritage.