In my opinion, all else being equal, entering a MS program is better than having never been accepted in the first place. Therefore, I might put it on my resume, simply because a resume is there to entice them into interviewing you, after which the real decision is made.
However, giving 4 reasons for why you didn't complete the program is a huge red flag for me. At best, you make excuses, at worst you are lying about something.
If I were you, I would put it on my resume, however I would come up with one simple, concise, honest (sounding) answer as to why you didn't finish the program. "I wasn't happy in my studies" or "I decided to enter industry" are better than "personal illness", "death in family", "issues in my life". This is because, we all have issues in our lives, yet here I am interviewing you.