Your mistakes do not define you.

It seems that people often want to know about another person’s mistakes when a person’s mistakes do not define who they are. Truly, we can learn from them, but why not take the more difficult path of learning what to do by looking at actions that one admires instead?

There is so much more to people than their mistakes. I believe that it would be just as interesting, especially for individual growth, for one to discover what is good about themselves and what they are good at than it would be to occupy much of one’s time trying to avoid making mistakes.