Let’s apply this metaphorically to our life. For me, sugar represents success, happiness, and all the confidence. Thereby having too much confidence, success and happiness will kill you. There is nothing wrong when you fail something, there is nothing wrong when you feel sad, and there is nothing wrong when you feel down on somedays. It is all parcel of life.
My life has been wrought with happiness and sadness, success, and failures. There are moments I feel down. But I choose to envelope myself in positive thinking or engage in something I love to do. Why is sugar bad for you? If you had too much happiness and success. You would not know how to deal with the feeling of sadness or even failing something.
In my situation, while growing, I also learned how to deal with it. The number of times I failed had made me a better person. It taught me how to deal with it. I taught me to look back and say, this is where I went wrong. It made me realize the flaws and embrace them.
There were major milestones that I had failed in my life as a student. At first, I was overwhelmed and I sobbed. My father was the person who made me realize that I could conquer the crises. Later on, as I dealt with more failures, I could figure out and trusted myself that I could overcome them again.
Why is sugar bad for you? If you had too much happiness and success. You would not know how to deal with the feeling of sadness or even failing something.
Too many people assume failures are unacceptable, or it is the end of their life or career. However, these failures present the opportunity to show others what you can accomplish. How best can you cope with it? Will you be capable of overcoming it later? It is okay to feel unhappy and stuck not knowing where to go.
It is okay to feel an array of emotions swirling inside you. But celebrate all the small, successful moments you have come across. I appreciate and applaud the people who come across successful times. They would have faced or had failures before it propelled them to be successful. They deserve to be celebrated because they are the people who understand the true meaning of failure.
This is an impromptu speech I delivered at the Gavel club. However, This is not the exact words I spoke in the club.