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Topic: Mistakes

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    1. When we want to cover over our past mistakes how do we distinguish between our mistakes and our way of living? Is there really a difference? (Contributed by Jon-Henri Damski)
    2. Doesn't everybody only have two faults? Everything they say and everything they do. (Contributed by Jim Poserina)
    3. Is it true that when sufficient people have made the same mistake long enough it becomes a rule? (Contributed by Theodor Nickel)
    4. Shouldn't you respect your personality flaws? Afterall without them you might not have a personality at all right? (Contributed by Keith Sullivan)
    5. Going by the way some people find fault with every thing in life do you think there's a reward? (Contributed by Jim Moore Jr.)
    6. Is it a Freudian slip when you say one thing but mean your mother? (Contributed by Bill King)
    7. Why are all great discoveries made by mistake? (Contributed by John W.)
    8. Is a mistake evidence that at least someone tried? (Contributed by Don F.)
    9. Why do hidden flaws never remain hidden? (Contributed by Neil Enns)
    10. Have you ever had a day where you feel like your ship may have come in, but you were at the airport? (Contributed by The Vent on AccessAtlanta.com)
    11. Did you ever think that a mistake may turn out to be the one thing necessary to a worthwhile achievement? (Contributed by H. Ford)
    12. Isn't every morning the dawn of a new error? (Contributed by The Duke of Endor)
    13. Aren't some mistakes just too much fun to make only once? (Contributed by Susan Birkenseer)
    14. If you're mistaken about something, why would you be barking up the wrong tree? (Contributed by MailBits.com)
    15. Aren't you making progress if each mistake you make is a new one? (Contributed by Floyd Maxwell)
    16. If you thought you were wrong once, could you be mistaken? (Contributed by Scott)
    17. Wouldn't the greatest mistake you could make in life be to continually fear that you will make one? (Contributed by Elbert Hubbard)
    18. If at first you don't succeed, should you destroy all evidence that you tried? (Contributed by Andrew)
    19. If all people have at least ten faults, shouldn’t we pick the ten we can live with? (Contributed by Thom)
    20. Most people don't make the same mistake twice, do they? They usually make it three or four times, right? (Contributed by Thom)
    21. Why is it that we could do a million things right, but be forever remembered by one single mistake? (Contributed by Loldon)
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