It's okay to make mistakes.
It's okay to try and fail.
It's okay to stumble and fall.
Get up. Brush off. Move forward. Carry on.
It's okay to be youthful and naive and make decisions that prove to be poor.
There is no shame in not knowing what you have not yet learned.
It's okay to be naive and trusting at any age, to realize you will never know everything there is to know, that no matter how carefully you live and learn, sometimes you will still find yourself being taken for a fool.
It's no shame on you when others take advantage of your trust.
There is no shame.
There is no blame.
Life is a lifelong process of learning, discovering, trying and doing and sometimes failing, sometimes succeeding, and sometimes just saying, "Well, I learned something new."
It's okay to be simply human.
You don't have to have all the answers.
You don't even have to know all the questions.
And when you do have some questions, it's okay to question the questions as well as the answers.
You will never, ever "get there."
You have been here all along.