Guys, it is alright to make some mistakes. I have made so many in my life, I am sure that you all have done so too. We have said things we want to take back, done actions we would think twice about, and we have done other things that run the gamut of the scale of mistakes. But we need to always keep moving forward, and move on from it.
There is one quote that I have used in this blog once before, that means a lot to this blog post today. It is from Wisdom Wednesday IX: "Just Do It", and it is from President Theodore Roosevelt, and it says, "The only man who makes mistakes, is the man who never does anything." That is such a great quote we cannot live in fear of making mistakes. We need to make them, and then learn from them. That is how we must live out our lives!
There is also another big quote that I always have liked, and that is from an unknown source, and it says, "The biggest mistake in life, is being afraid to make one." This is so huge in how we should live out our lives, each and every day. We need to live life how we want to, and if you make mistakes, so be it. Learn from them, and keep pushing on!
I want all readers of this blog to remember this. Each Wisdom Wednesday builds off of the last one. All of them together, have created a nice 'story-book', type of thing to follow good tips, that I have learned, to get you through the tough times in your life!
I hope that you are able to take something from this blog post, and are able to live life with a bit more gusto!
Was this a good blog post? Are you going to live your life a bit more freely now? Are you not going to be afraid anymore to make mistakes?
Peace and Love,
Quote of the Day: "When you are able to extend your life span, past your own life span, that's really something. That's hard to do." - Sir George Martin
(I want to write a little thing here about the passing of Sir George Martin. That is why I chose one quote today, and its from him. He was the 'Fifth Beatle" in many ways. He was their producer, and boy was he a good one. He wrote the backing orchestral accompaniments to many of the Beatles songs, such as "A Day In The Life", "Eleanor Rigby", "Yesterday", and the entire second instrumental side of the 1969 Beatles album, Yellow Submarine, for the animated film of the same name. He also played instruments on many Beatles songs, and was always trying to make the Beatles push the envelope.
He also co-wrote the score for the 1973 James Bond film, Live and Let Die, with Paul McCartney and Wings. He worked after the Beatles separated in 1970 a lot with George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and Paul McCartney especially. He won eight Grammys with the Beatles. He helped produce the Beatles Anthology project in 1996, especially on the Billboard number one hit single, "Free As A Bird" / "Real Love". He was knighted with Paul and Linda in 1996, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with Sir Paul McCartney in 1999. His last two works with the Beatles was helping, with his son Giles, with the Love project with Cirque de Soleil in 2007, and the remastering of The Beatles catalogue in 2009 for sale, and for use in the video game, The Beatles Rockband. He will be missed by all Beatles fans, and all fans of music in general.)
Rest in Peace Sir George Martin - January 3rd, 1926 - March 8th, 2016