Failure

I have never been much of a William Shatner fan, but I found him really endearing in Esquire’s Q&A this month. Because of this, especially:

I’ve formulated a theory: You have to continuously fail. You fail at something, then you get over it, then you fail some more. And after you fail, there’s always something new there. And that something new can be really interesting. Maybe I’m not quite sure what I’m after.

Suddenly, I can relate to the guy.

One thought on “Failure

  1. That is a great quote – it reminded me of another: “The best teacher is one who constantly insults your ego” [slightly paraphrased].
    – Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche

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