There’s no such thing as a fatal mistake. Any thing you’ve fucked up is just a lesson and a chance to do it better next time.
And if the ‘mistake’ you made actually leads to something rough or incredibly challenging or a massive life trial, it’s an opportunity to work with the cards you’ve been dealt and prove to yourself what you’re really made of.
But what if it actually is fatal?
Even if you make an actual, for realsies, fatal mistake like homeboy Mario here:
Well, you’re dead. So yep, massive whoopsie and all, but it’s crazy hard to rue and actual fatal mistake when you’re not actually alive and conscious to do it. So if it’s actually impossible to make a real mistake, what’s stopping you from taking a risk?