|Origin/Usage:||English, Hebrew, Indian, Scottish|
|Meaning:||like the Lord|
Michael Gelb and Tony Buzan: "Many of us grow up thinking of mistakes as bad, viewing errors as evidence of fundamental incapacity. This negative thinking pattern can create a self-fulfilling prophecy, which undermines the learning process. To maximize our learning it is essential to ask: "How can we get the most from every mistake we make?""