• Mental Health,  psychology

    Why Is Failure Important And How To Benefit From It

    By Stefan “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” Winston Churchill Failure can be a great a great motive to succeed indeed, yet we often get discouraged when we fail at something. Moreover, we are even afraid of the possibility of failure itself. Regardless of what we’re talking about – it could be a bad grade at school, criticism we get from our boss, or something as trivial as impossibility to find a date at bbw online dating sites – it seems like we’ve subconsciously adopted the claim that failures are wrong and not socially accepted and we even treat it…

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    The Child- Poem

    The child waited As her family wept The priest prayed by her bed Her mother held her hand The candle was still burning on the nightstand Her father wiped his face with his handkerchief The room was so bright She couldn’t understand why Her parents tried to console her brother “Her suffering has ended” “She’s in a better place” She saw a dark figure approach her “It’s time to leave, child” “We must go now” He was covered in a black robe And no one seemed to notice him She took his bony hand And together they left “I’m sorry” the figure whispered As she turned and looked into his…

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    Book Review: The Book Thief

    *Warning: Contains spoilers* When I first heard of The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, people said it was unbelievable and incomparable but to be honest I never felt a particular longing to read it. However, I did eventually pick it up and once I did I could not stop reading. ***HERE IS A SMALL FACT*** You are going to die. That is literally one of the first things you will read in this book. The book narrated by none other than Death himself is a troubling and engaging story of a girl whom we soon come to recognize as “The Book Thief.” It is written at the time of Hitler’s…