My mistakes can be pretty bad at times and more common than I wish. I have learned the come in all shapes and sizes and will always continue as life is about learning. First time you comitted it, it's a mistake. But if you comitted the same mistake again, it's stupidity. The above answers are excellent. If you were to hurt a friend, then know you did it and, instead of phoning them or emailing or IMing, have the guts to face them to apologize and take the risk of losing them for good. If you lie or cheat, own up to it and be responsible for your own actions. On and on the list goes, but I'm sure you get the drift. We all make mistakes and will until the day we die, but it's important we learn something good from each mistake we make. Sometimes we can rectify our mistake and other times we can't and we just have to accept that we can't make that mistake again and get on. so you don't have to remember the lie"
One thing I have learned is that it is better to think first before you do something which may have far-reaching consequences. In several different accidents I have lost parts of fingers.
yes, he did make some mistakes but learned from them after
Brer Lion not to be so gullible and never make the same mistakes twice.
My first attempt to make an apple pie was completely disastrous, but I learned from my mistakes.
I guess you could but the class opens for mistakes to be made and learned from and once you have a real baby you can not make those mistakes.
If the past lessons aren’t learned then man will make the same mistakes.
They make you feel upset, but mistakes are mistakes.
We make mistakes when we are in a hurry.
Act like an intelligent young woman that has it together. Face him! Tell him you made mistakes in the past and humans do make mistakes, but you have learned from them and you'd like a second chance. Mean it!
You make mistakes because you are human, not the other way around.
Some skills are learned through education, degree, or leadership development programs. However, many skills are learned simply from:doing tasksseeing co-workers make mistakes and get in trouble for itmaking your own mistakes and getting into trouble for itrevising how you do tasks; improving your skill setstaking on more responsibilitiesmaking new mistakesshowing initiativeshowing leadershiptaking extra classes or CEUsusing new skills in new tasks
He learned from his mistakes. And read lots of books to learn stuff.
Everyone makes mistakes. Making mistakes is simply a part of being human.
Yes!! Everybody makes mistakes. It is something we just can't resist. We don't know we have made a mistake but we just do. You, I and everybody else, we all make mistakes. It's very common to make mistakes. You can learn from your mistakes and you will probably will never make the same mistake again.
There are no mistakes list to determine which are mistakes. To make sure no mistakes are committed consult a professional.
Of course he did. Everyone makes mistakes.
computer can never make mistakes it is only when the input is wrong that is when the output can be wrong
Cells tend to make mistakes copying nucleotides in the DNA.
That quote means that each time you make a mistake that you learn from them. If your willing to make the mistakes you will learn them then it really isn't a big deal. The earlier you make the mistakes the earlier you will learn the answers.
The essay was full of mistakes. "Make sure to correct your mistakes!" the teacher instructed.
All inventors make mistakes and since George Washington Carver was an inventor, he probably made many mistakes.
History in the past has helped people just like with WW1 Generals in the army had made mistakes then other generals (when they came into power) learned from those mistakes and made more different mistakes, finally other generals learned from all the different mistakes meaning they managed to solve the problem in the end this helped the world and stalemate in WW1 (sorry if this explanation is a bit complicated but i think u can get the point!)
Harold goodwinson make thousands of mistakes around the battle of hastings from demi ;)
Listen carefully and try to accept. People make mistakes, and mistakes make you a better person.
Naah, she was poppin. Why would she make mistakes? she was perfect. :)))
All people who work make mistakes, and overloaded workers make more. The difference is that experienced people recognize their mistakes sooner, and usually have a better chance to fix them.