West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church

And If We Fail

October 13, 2013

by
Reverend Wayne Arnason

My early school experience included being afraid I might fail. Failing meant you would be held back a grade and be judged as “bad” or “not normal” by others. While our atti- tudes towards student “failure” have evolved since I was in school, the fear of failure is still a part of many of our lives. And if we do fail — in our careers, in our personal lives, in our roles as parents — what does really mean? What does failure look like to you? Is fear of failure a valuable con- struct in our minds and hearts, or a major barrier gate that stops us from living life to the fullest?

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