In a process of exploring great ideas or trying out a process, a mistake is bound to occur. But each of the mistakes may pose to discourage the explorer. However, in a case where the explorer is encouraged to continue the process, he’ll eventually discover a new idea. If he had given up, he wouldn’t discover any new thing. On the other hand, if he had not made any mistake, the fact is that he would discover exactly what he wanted. There wouldn’t even be any change in whatever he was expecting to see as a result but mistakes would lead him to a new discovery.
“Mistakes are the portals of discovery.”
- James Joyce