Live Out LoudI often hear people talk about their lives, their failures and their accomplishments. I've noticed that most people tend to dwell on the failures, the things that went wrong, rather than the accomplishments, the things that went right. I am no saint, I have at times done the same thing. It's part of the world we live in, to be judged for how we've succeeded and failed, but that doesn't mean it's the right way to live.More Like This
It's okay to look at your mistakes, because that's how you learn, but if you look only at the mistakes, then you aren't learning anything, you are simply repeating the same things over and over. You start living a life that is completely negative, and if you continue to live that way, you become a negative, a mistake, and you don't realize what you've done until you hit rock bottom and don't see a clear way to save yourself.
By the same token, only looking at your accomplishments leaves you always thirsting for more, you are never satisfied, nothing is good enough, and in