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Many people believe “failure” to be the end of a person’s life. They pressurize him to accept his failure and give up on trying. But if only they could understand the fact that had Sir Thomas Alva Edison had believed in giving up, we all would have been wandering in the darkness. If Sir Alexander Graham Bell had accepted his failure, we wouldn’t able to connect globally through those pocket sized boxes that rule our lives today.
Now-a-days, people put more emphasis on the marks and degrees achieved, rather than the knowledge or skills acquired by the person. Many parents pressurize their children to focus on achieving a high degree and a secure job in a well-established field. But they fail to notice the difference made by the “chaiwala” to the nation and the degradation brought by the well-educated “IITian”.
At last, those who have stepped on the pinnacle of success must have witnessed the bad weather of failure as well. They must have realised the worth of failure to be the stepping stone of their success and they know that without the night even the stars can’t shine.
So this story indicates how six friends had faced failure due to their nonsense activities and after working hard they got success finally.