Mistakes teach us a lesson for the future
One day, Edison, a renowned scientist, was working in his laboratory. His son was also present there. Suddenly, a fire broke out in the lab. All the valuable types of equipment and records of the experiments got burnt. But there was no tension on the scientist’s face. He said to his son, “Son, such things are not very frequent. So observe them carefully.” The son asked his father, “Are you not upset about this loss and damage?” | “No, I’m not upset at all,” clarified Edison, “Our loss teaches us a lesson. Then we try to rectify our mistakes and start the work afresh.
Moral: Mistakes teach us a lesson for the future.