I am not afraid of failing, I am afraid of being successful at something that doesn’t matter. (Quoted by Morris M. Michalski, coach and basketball specialist)

Coach “Mo,” as he was known, quoted an athlete with a unique perspective on success. It’s an interesting and challenging thought, isn’t it? We can learn a lot from our failures, so when we stumble, it doesn’t have to be a complete loss. But, nothing of real value is gained if we succeed at something that really “doesn’t matter.” Pursue worthy accomplishments!

For though the righteous fall seven times, they rise again (Proverbs 24:16).