SECRET 2


POEM

Secret 2  Learn from your mistakes

Evaluate the things that you’ve done wrong.

Think back and find ways you could have changed your path.

Let's blow upon the dandelion; secrets scatter in the wind,
Secret Two floats onward, to cherished lessons penned.

'My dear,' it murmurs, 'learn from your mistakes,
Through the slipping sands of time, consider what's at stake.'

Look upon your errors, not with regret, but gaze,
To understand their essence, in the light of wisdom's blaze.

Think back to the moments, when choices led astray,
Reflect not in sorrow, but in a will to find a way.

Every stumble and each fall has a story to narrate,
Hidden in the shadows of wrong, lies the chance to recreate.

Ask, what could've been different? How might you sway?
To dance a different rhythm, or choose another play?

In missteps and misjudgments, a valuable note is cast,
For within each blunder, crucial lessons amass.

Do not fear your failures; they’re lanterns in the night,
Guides amidst life's maze, that steer to the right.

Let your mistakes mold you, but don’t let them define,
For every wrong turn taken can lead to the divine.

So, dear heart, seek wisdom in what once made you quake,
Happy Life Secrets whisper: 'Learn from every mistake.'

In the grand tapestry of life, each thread, each strand we take,
Adds color, depth, and richness, to the masterpiece we make.



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