Pyramid Philosophical

Monday, March 12, 2007

Learning From Mistakes

Not repeating a mistake is not denying anything. The learning from the mistake is simply not to do it again.

Something that should not be done should not be repeated.

To deny it can allow the same mistake to reoccur and such denial is potentially harmful and certainly ill-advised.

Surviving the avoidable accident.

There's the story of the 'adrenaline freak' who jumped from a plane having thrown his parachute out just ahead of himself. By styling his profile he was able to catch up with it. In mid-air the task was then to get into the harness and complete the jump.

He jumped a total three times. Twice he put on the harness successfully.


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