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You're not a Mistake... and Will Never Be

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There's a lot of talk about how we need to stop judging each other, but the truth is that no one is a mistake. We all have our own journeys—and they're all valid. It's not our job to judge others' choices or decisions, or tell them they're wrong. It's our job to accept that people are different, and that we should all be able to live their lives without judgment.

We know this because we've been there—we've felt it, and we've seen it over and over again. We've been told to just "move on," or that "it's not worth it," or that we're just too much of a hassle to deal with. But I’m here to remind you: you don't have to feel like a mistake.

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You are not a mistake, and you will never be one. You're allowed to be angry and sad and frustrated—you just need to find the right way to process those feelings, so they don't take over your whole life in the form of self-harm or drug addiction or suicidal thoughts. Because guess what? Those things are also not mistakes! They happen because people hurt us, they make us feel like shit but still want us around…and they make our lives suck.

You're a person, and that's just it—you're not broken or damaged in any way. You're one of a kind, and you're here for a reason. You are unique and beautiful, but you won't always feel like it. It doesn't matter how hard things get or how much pain comes your way; it doesn't matter what people tell you or how much they try to bring you down. Don't let anyone else define who you are: they'll never get the chance to do so because they don't know who you are at all.

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Yes, we make mistakes but your whole existence will never be a mistake. It may feel like you're the only person who makes mistakes in the world—that everyone else is just fine, and you're somehow broken because of your own imperfections. But that's not true. Everyone makes mistakes and everyone has issues, but it's how we respond to those issues that defines us as people—and it's also what makes us whole. We're born into this world with a purpose and a reason, but that doesn't mean that we can't make mistakes along the way—and sometimes those mistakes lead to amazing things.

Our mistakes are an opportunity for growth; they're not a reason to give up hope or throw up our hands in despair. They're a chance to learn something new about ourselves, or to take a step back and reassess where we are right now. If we can learn from our mistakes, then they become stepping-stones toward greater fulfillment in our lives rather than stumbling blocks that prevent us from moving forward.

Don't worry about the future—there isn't one! Your life is right now, so enjoy it while it lasts and make the most of every moment of your existence because this is all we have here on earth together: no second chances, no third chances—just this one precious life that we've been given by God himself!

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In Conclusion

Your life is not a mistake. I know this is hard to hear, but it's true. You are valuable and capable of so much more than you think you are.

The people who have hurt you—the ones who didn't take the time to understand you, or who didn't ask for your input, or who hurt your feelings or made you feel like there was something wrong with you—they were not mistakes. They were people who did things that hurt you because they didn't know how to show love in a way that was meaningful to you. And now those people have moved on with their lives and are probably doing really great things!

It's time for you to look forward now and get on with your own life. Take care of yourself and learn from the past so that you can be the best version of yourself moving forward into the future!


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God did not create us by mistake. He is intentional about us. We might face a lot of challenges and we begin to reason why we are on earth. It's all for our good.

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I agree with you. I have a friend who asked me to tell her why she was born, and I told her that it was to help her grow, learn, and become the person that she is meant to be. She said that she didn't want to be here anymore and wanted out. That's when I realized that everyone has their own reasons for being here. Sometimes they are difficult to understand, but it can never be wrong.

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