The Jabberwocky is an imaginary creature that was mentioned in a poem back in 1871. In the poem, the jabberwocky was a monster. The Jabberwocky is an imaginary creature that was talked about in a poem.
There is no reason to fear the jabberwocky because it isn’t real. Even if a picture of the jabberwocky is a dragon with 4 wings and the sharpest teeth, you won’t be afraid because the jabberwocky isn’t real.
If it isn’t real, we shouldn’t fear it. Why then are we afraid of failing? It hasn’t happened yet and failure isn’t real. You may even succeed instead of failing. Failure is often defined as the opposite of success. That is why we are afraid of it.
We can look at failure as a way to learn what doesn’t work. Then we can use our knowledge and become succesful. This was Thomas Edison’s attitude when he made the lightbulb. After more than 10,000 tries, Thomas Edison finally produced the first working lightbulb.
Failure is a fake concept. It isn’t real. We are the ones who decide to turn failure into a real concept in our lives or make sure that failure remains imaginary. We make our decision with our attitudes when obstacles get in the way of our success.