What if "failure" isn't a failure, but rather a gift. What if failure is your teacher, instructing you on what is not for you, what not to do, who not to be, who not to be with.
What if failure is opportunity. What if failure is freedom.
What if we celebrated our failures rather than dismissing or hiding them.
What if every failure was just guiding you to course correct and return back the slipstream of your soul.
What if failure was redirecting your unique gifts in the most useful way possible.
What would it feel like to relieve yourself of the burden of failure.
What would it feel like to say "thank you" to the projects, ideas, plans and relationships that have failed....
Thank you for failing so that I might return to what works. Thank you for failing so that next time I know better. Thank you for failing so I am now crystal clear on what I do want...and what I don't want. Thank you for failing so that I am now free. Thank you for failing so that I might find my way to what is meant for me.
Maybe failure was never an option. Because maybe failure is actually good fortune in disguise.