Success in Failure

There is no such thing as “success”, pure, perfect, and glorious; but only “success in failure”, the courage and talent to turn a failure into a success, albeit impure and imperfect, but the most glorious.
Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” (Samuel Beckett)
Edison is well known of succeeding in inventing the light pulp after 1.000 failed attempts. (Here, Edison exhibits a replica of his first successful incandescent lamp, which gave 16 candlepower of illumination.)

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