Dialogue Questions: Epic Failures

We all fail. Even the Big name stars fail. Everyone fails at times.

  • What is your biggest failure?
  • What went wrong?
  • Is it/ was it correctable?
  • Would you correct it now if you could?

Let’s be authentic with this one– shall we?
Let it rip.

Until Next Time~
Blessings Kate


6 thoughts on “Dialogue Questions: Epic Failures

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  1. I like to look at failure as a stepping stone. Since everyone fails, it’s a regular thing. The biggest failure I’ve had to date was a job that I took that was ALL WRONG for me. BUT I made some great friends through that job. It was a blessing in disguise.

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  2. My biggest failure was not having a support system and network of friends at a crucial time in my life. Life hit the fan and fell apart and I had no one to turn to and no faith at the time. I turned back to the bottle after 10 years of sobriety. i would definitely change this if I could. While God is now using the experiences I went through due to my drinking again (He is using them to help other women not make those decisions) my life and my family’s lives would have been a lot better.

    The Bible says we are to carry our own load and bear each others burdens. Meaning there is an amount we are to handle alone but when its excessive we need others to help us. We were meant for community. The Bible also says it is better for 2 to travel together lest one should fall the other can pick him up. But woe to the one who travels alone.

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  3. The only fail I have ever seen is a lesson not learned. We confess our sins in order to grow from them. If we learn, the weight of guilt is lifted from us, as this becomes just one piece of our overall story of psycho-spiritual growth. Thank you for sharing this reflection.

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      1. So by what you said here you have by definition learned. It is a wonderful and great journey but the fact that you would show up to partake in its many and sometimes strange twists negates the idea of failure. Carpe Diem!

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  4. I’m reminded of the words of the Apostle Paul: “Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.” Paul certainly had some failures – like approving the stoning of Stephen, for example.
    We all have failures. I have had some terrible ones, but like Paul says, we must put all that behind us and move on.
    “… his compassions never fail. They are new every morning” (Lamentations 3:22-23)
    Blessings, Kate!

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