Taken from Craig Harper's Blog ...
"When a baby tries to walk but is at the point in their development when they lack the strength, balance and co-ordination to do so, what happens? They fall down. And then they try again. And again. Sometimes they laugh. Or cry. Sometimes, both. And then they keep trying and trying. And laughing and crying. They don’t evaluate or label their experience; they just have it. They haven’t failed; they just haven’t walked yet. Unlike me and you, they haven’t yet learned the possibility of failure, so they happily keep falling down until one day they take a few wobbly steps. And then a few more. And before long, they’re running. All their trying pays off.
They have fallen but not failed.
So, I guess today’s question is: will you fall down and get up or will you fail"
It puts things in perspective, doesn't it?