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Success is freedom of soul and heart

Success is freedom of soul, and heart alright but what about failure? This question makes me think twice when deciding my life and death issues.

It makes me wonder why it is so liberating, that I have a choice to choose from success and failure?

It makes me feel better, when, I chose success over failure, and when I fail in something it teaches me to listen to my heart and soul, reflecting back to a matter with whole different perspective.

I feel free to ask for better from universe, nature, and God to help me out of crisis or failure or temporarily setbacks.

I love to consider myself as a fortunate child of nature, and just like child, I am willing to fail again and again to learn walking, and than running towards my dreams.

People who have been successful in their lives, were the most failed and not pretty much promising people, however they listened to their inner feelings always; that they will never accept failure as a face value.

They excelled the most important thing in themselves; courage, and willingness to fail until they succeed.

For them the failure was just an information on processing this event and a backup plan to defeat it in every battle.

It is easy to fight the battle against the outer world but the inner battle is far more harder and challenging because you are the only one fighting against your demons there is no one to rescue you just you, and only you.

This battle is fought in the minds and in order to win this battle go and get what is yours.

Never ever let your fears come to you for your destruction.

Allow the pain of failure to push you from where you are now to where you want to go.

Only the free hearts and souls can decide their lives and death’s freedom of choice.

For me success is just an illusion if it doesn’t frees your heart and soul from daily concerns and not let you see your future in advance.

What do you think?

Let me know in the comments below…

Senior writer, author, and researcher at AromaNish, specializing in Psychology with an impact on information technology. As a writer, he writes about business, literature, human psychology, and technology, in blogs and websites for clients and businesses. Enjoys reading, writing and traveling when he is not here with us...

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