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Hello Guru372,

Like Lavika suggested, start afresh WITHOUT making the same mistake again....and when you learn from this situation/incident, it becomes a part of your life's/career's experiences. It wouldn't remain a mistake anymore.

@ Gopinath Varahamurthi--

There's a Quote that sums-up the gist of what you mentioned:

"Nature has no rights or wrongs, only consequences".

And it's been a practice of all the members in this Forum to dissuade anyone....especially those just entering or in their early careers.....from FIRST desist making mistakes whose consequences COULD be costly/tough-to-handle in the long-term & if he/she has already gone that path [for whatever reason(s)], it's only imperative that members give the necessary strength to FACE the consequences too--rather than suggest ways to bypass [or worse, cover-up] such situations/mistakes.

Whether the thread initiator takes the advice or not is HIS/HER problem. If he/she cares to learn from other's mistakes, he/she benefits.....if not, well--no prizes for guessing the answer.



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