ARE WE LEARNING HOW TO SUCCEED OR HOW TO FAIL?

Are We Learning How to Succeed or How fail?


We don’t learn how to fail, we learn to succeed from failure.

It’s important that you and your team from time to time sit down and reflect on certain issues with a view to readjusting the thinking of some. This abridged presentation is a food for thought as it examines the world’s institutions. Are we Learning How to Succeed or How to Fail? is the theme our corporate speaker dwells on today. Read…

All of man’s institutions: academic, religious, political, social were designed to help people become better and successful. But time and history, like rice and beans, has revealed the utter failure of these institutions. Only less than 4% of the world’s teeming population has attained what humans perceive to be success. Man’s history is full of failures and woes.

Higher learning, I mean, highest education has failed man. They have become so debased in their empty and futile philosophy that immoralize seekers of wisdom. The academia has not delivered its promise to make people successful, instead, it has ripped people off.

Religion has become the most reprehensible part of man’s institutions. She too has promoted immorality at the highest level. Religion has been so commercialized such that a child that aspires to be a religious leader, is not desirous of a life of holiness but a life of shameless luxury. Again, religion has failed to teach God’s love and touch people’s lives. Instead she has in both words and deeds advanced hatred, fornication, materialism, adultery and idolatry. The horrendous wars of mankind were sponsored by politics and supported by religion. If a tenth of mankind were pious, the whole world would be a great place to live. How sad! Religion has not delivered her promises.

To what extend has politics delivered his promise to make the world a better place? You don’t need to be told your own story. Having staggered from one political ideology to democracy, politics has become the most powerful instrument of deceit. They sit on their table of lies and keep misleading the entire inhabited earth. Politics has failed to deliver on his promise to transform the earth into a blissful paradise. Instead they have used earth’s resources to enrich themselves as they dominate man to an injurious pain.

Religion has become the most reprehensible part of man’s institutions.

Politics has become the most powerful instrument of deceit. They sit on their table of lies and keep misleading the entire inhabited earth .

The trio—academics, religion and politics—through technology has changed our social life. The world has come to be drowned in a hopeless state of immorality, the like of which is worse than Sodom and Gomorrah.

What can we learn from man’s institutions? A very simple lesson put succinctly: the world’s institutions, under the influence of a very powerful person is teaching mankind how to fail. But we don’t learn how to fail, we learn to succeed from failure.


A presentation by Chris Nkwocha