Perseverance – Short Essay 1.
Perseverance means to not give up. Even if you are failing or achieving anything late you still work hard for it. You don’t lose hope. This is known as Perseverance. This ultimately led to salvation. That persistent person achieves his goal despite opposition, difficulty and hatred.
Some people doesn’t hold work for tomorrow. He starts from today which is a key to success. When work is put on next day it gets delayed and the excitement regarding it is finished. Plan your whole week.
Examples of Perseverance: If a person consistently do workout daily to lose weight, it is known as perseverance. If a student studies 8 hours to obtain good grades then this is known as Perseverance. In these examples you can see the core is consistency and hard work.
Famous people who showed Perseverance:
Failure and leaving is an easy option. Working consistently for a goal is really difficult. This is what these People have showed and succeeded in their lives:
- Henry Ford: He is industrial icon and developed Assembly line. But before this he was bankrupted and failed for five times in his life.
- Walt Disney: World” best entertainer and Disney owns his own channel ABC was also rejected many times. Kansas City star-a production house fired him at his first shot stating that he don’t have imagination and ideas. Now see what he has become.
- 4. Albert Einstein: Scholar and a legend in Science. Although, at the beginning, he was not known as a scholar. He was thought to be mentally unstable as he spoke at the age of 4 and started reading when he was seven years old. Moreover school expelled him.
Be persistent and you will find success at the end.
By Ananda (2019)
Perseverance – Short Essay 2.
Perseverance is continued application to a work once begun. It is the one great secret of success in life. There are men who are disheartened by failures. They will find it hard to attain success in the world.
Perseverance is the key to success. Instead of being disheartened by failures we should make greater efforts, and return back to the task till the success is achieved.
People who doesn’t give up, even when there doesn’t seem any hope at all, are sure to achieve success. It is exactly in this way that men who have left their ‘footprints on the sands of time’ acted.
Instances of Perseverance
Napoleon rose from the humble position of a Corsican solider to be the most powerful monarch in Europe by virtue of perseverance.
The story of Robert Bruce and the Spider is well-known. This Scottish king whose memory is still revered by his countrymen made several attempts to free his country from the English rule, but in vain. It was when his sixth attempt had failed and he was sitting on his couch absorbed in melancholy thought that his attention was casually drawn to a spider that was trying to reach a beam. Robert Bruce was very much impressed by this small creature, which succeeded in its seventh attempt. Its perseverance whipped up his dropping spirits, and he too achieved his heart’s desire and won freedom for his country in his seventh attempt.
Pandit Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was a man of great perseverance. Born in a very poor family, he had to face many difficulties. He had to do the cooking and other household duties for his father and brothers. Nothing daunted, he persevered in his attempt to get himself educated. Everybody knows how this poor boy rose to be one of the most learned men in our country and did great national service by founding schools and colleges that still exist, and by writing books which are still widely read.
The example of these great men will instill vigor into our drooping spirits. In acquiring knowledge, we are often called upon to master hard and dry subjects. We may be induced to give up the attempt in disgust. But we should remind ourselves of these great men who have faced and overcome similar difficulties by constant application.
Apparent failure is often a step towards success. Success requires dedication and perseverance. Experience gained through failures does not go in vain; it paves the way to success.
By Vinay (2015)