"Is it good to fail? Would society condemn me?" --- The entire humanity wants us to pass in every activity we take up, from our birth to death everything we do must have a good result, the outcome of our learning has to be a PASS but not the knowledge we gain from it. The biggest question is, "is it wrong to fail?"
YES. Our learning has been so much restricted to books and theories that we are forgetting to learn from experiences and our actions. The fact is that learning gets on a faster pace from an experience than books. (I'm not suggesting to get away with books, they are equally important)
We must start teaching people to FAIL. Infact fail and learn from it. One wouldn't just find easier ways to reach success, but also gain enough knowledge to guide others. REMEMBER, society is changing. We are accepting failures and looking at them to create revolutions.
Are there any successful people who haven't failed? Just go back to all the life stories we have heard about great people like Chanakya, King Ashoka, Newton, Nikola Tesla, Thomas Alva Edison, Mahatma Gandhi, Barack Obama, Adolf Hitler, Dr. Abdul Kalam, Swami Vivekananda, Narendra Modi, Elon Musk, each and every single person has failed and learnt from failure.
So, IT IS 100% OKAY TO FAIL! Let me know your views?