People often blame others for their failure.
This type of problem comes when the person does not want to do his own analysis.
There can be many reasons for immediate success and failure, but at the root of it, telling others to be its culprit proves its own immaturity.
We can comfort ourselves by finding such excuses for our own mental satisfaction, but this is nothing more than writing scripts of our own destruction.
Somewhere at the root of failure, the person is responsible for himself and if he goes ahead by introspecting and correcting his shortcomings, amazing and promising results can be achieved.
We become enlightened scholars to analyze the good and evil of the whole world, but do not use even a fraction of its legitimacy to assess ourselves.
Failure in life is not such a big issue if the reasons and shortcomings of that failure are taken forward by accepting the experience and accepting it as learning.
A person’s path of failure and destruction is paved only when he immerses himself in the sea of self-realization that he is the best and he has no self-shortage.
To transform failure into success, introspection with complete honesty and accepting its conclusion with positive thinking is necessary and a true fundamental change is necessary.