Daily Limerick, Free Verse, a Haiku and a short motivational article

Losing can be a daunting experience.

Losing can be a daunting experience. The fear of failure can cripple even the strongest of individuals. But the Dalai Lama has given us a valuable lesson to remember, “When you lose, do not lose the lesson.”

In life, we will face many setbacks, disappointments, and failures. But it’s important to remember that these experiences can be our greatest teachers. We can learn from our mistakes and use them as stepping stones to achieve success.

So, the next time you face a daunting challenge, don’t be afraid to take a risk. If you fail, don’t give up. Instead, reflect on what went wrong and use that knowledge to move forward. Every failure is an opportunity to learn and grow.


When losing seems a daunting feat
And you feel like you’re in defeat
Remember the Dalai Lama’s word
And don’t let your spirits be stirred
For the lesson is what you should meet


Daunting fear of loss
But the lesson is not lost
Learn and grow from it

Free Verse:

Losing can be daunting,
But it’s not the end of the world.
It’s just a temporary setback,
A chance to learn and grow.

The Dalai Lama reminds us,
“When you lose, do not lose the lesson.”
It’s a valuable piece of advice,
One that we should always remember.

Life is full of challenges,
Some big and some small.
But it’s how we handle them
That truly defines us all.

So, the next time you feel defeated,
Remember to keep your head up high.
For every loss is an opportunity
To learn, grow, and fly.

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