Success in Failure

Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.

SAMUEL BECKETT

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.

Edison is well known of succeeding in inventing the light pulp after 1.000 failed attempts. Here, Thomas Edison exhibits a replica of his first successful incandescent lamp, which gave 16 candlepower of illumination.

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