Failure Father used to call me a failure and when it came time for me to face the "big bad world" I looked upon myself as dumb, i.e., less intelligent then the rest, so inevitably, in man's jungle, I became prone to fail and did. The tests we are given in man's social systems are designed for followers; their so-called teachings but instructions from yes-men. No need to feel unworthy if we fail these illusory tests: they can never measure a person's worth! What are they but a show of "brainial" capacity to store randomly acquired facts spouting reams of mis-information? What I have learned, I learned at the university of life: it may not contain degrees or cost exorbitant fees and the so-called smart may think it worthless but everyone must ultimately pass its un-written exams, for in real life there is no such thing as failure.