Essay/Article – 1
Continuous exertion may sound very exhausting and thus, it is understandable even if some people suggest it should be better to give up sometimes. It is true at some points because the human race is not almighty creature. However I would say it is not about giving up, but just changing a goal. Recognizing life events as a sequence, I think even when giving up something, it is just adjusting the goal to more reachable level and processes for previous goals always play a role in reaching next goal.
In the first place, I would like to emphasize that this is not only about the youth becoming competent, but also about all the people making their own lives more comfortable and enjoyable. For instance, both following examples I present can be seen as continuous exertion: a young person trying to become a professional musician and a person on the verge of death exercising hands in order to move them better than the previous day. If their goals are too high for them, the young person may have to change it to be working in a related field such as becoming a commentator, a voice trainer or so, and the dying person may have to change it to exercise fingers instead of hands. That is, people naturally keep trying in any case until the last minute they accept death.
Furthermore, there are also two advantages of indomitable attitudes. Firstly, some different approaches to a goal are necessary, other than blind efforts. Such a contrivance activates brain and makes human beings more alive. I don’t think it is exaggerative to say.
Secondly, this attitude is also important when trying to achieve something extraordinary, because chances and right ideas do not always lie all together. Other chances and ideas never show up if it is given up. Totally different idea or better chances sometimes appear after groping in the dark.
From what I have been discussing above, there is no doubt about favorable influences of continuous exertion. Whether agree or disagree with the statement of this topic, people keep trying by nature and it does make us alive. When I have no energy left trying, I simply keep it on my mind so as not to miss any possibilities. In other words, it is possible to keep trying even when feeling like giving up. Thus, I strongly believe that we should never give up.
Essay/Article – 2
My English teacher always wants us to remember Churchill’s famous speech near the end of Second World War “Never, never give up.” This brought people in many countries extremely strong courage in front of blood and death and helped them overcome the most serious difficulties in the human history.
“Never, never give up because I can always see the coast and it brings me courage all the time.” This is what the girl who swam across the English Channel successfully answered when the reporter asked what had made her reached her goal. She said that she choose a very sunny day to make sure that she can see her hope and just went for it. To be able to see the goal helps us a lot when we feel frustrated somewhere and even almost lose our confidence. In the long term to success, hope is our belief and it can make us be very strong when we face great difficulties and even want to quit. Some people failed simply because they lost their sight of their “coast” although they are very qualified and capable.
Never, never give up always give you a second chance. We may fail sometimes but is absolutely does not mean that we will fail every time. Thomas Edison, one of the most famous inventors in the 20th century, tried more than one thousand times before he found out that tungsten was the right material for the electric bulb, and so as most of the great scientists in many fields. When the Curie couple faced failures they never gave up and always told themselves to stick to what they were doing. It’s not likely to achieve a great success by the first try. The real success is always based on a great deal of failure.
Psychologists tell is that the influence of what we strongly hold in mind is so important to our career. First we have to make sure that our goal is achievable and practical then just go for it no matter how difficult it is and we will never lose our passion and will always turn back. However they kept going because they were holding on to something- There is some good in the world that worth fighting for. “Never, never give up’ is always the secret to success.
Essay/Article – 3
To me personally the expression “Never, never give up” sounds pretty optimistic but not terrible encouraging anyway. No matter how good this nice piece of advice is, it would not always be easy to do exactly what it tells you, that is, to brace up and keep your head above water no matter what happens. I am not sure it is worth discussing whether this happy-go-lucky motto is in the right or in the wrong. I simply believe that for different people placed in different situations it may mean totally different things.
It goes without saying that for some this expression may sound like their personal life slogan. In my view, category of people has the whole life planned out for them in advance. They are very likely to have a set of short-term and long-terms goals and to do their aim and finally, they would most certainly succeed. Which at first may seem to be a fairly natural run of things? Their second favorite expression may be at first you failed, try and try again. This is what they do and this is something they are good at. Sometimes it may also seem that they are just awfully stubborn and even stupid, not being able to see that some of their goals are just beyond them. But they still prefer to try to work for their so called goals, regardless. No wants to be loser.
At the same time, I have the impression that once in a while? And quite good once in a while it is? It might be useful to be able to face up that facts and realize that some of your goals are too much of a job for you. I don’t think it means being pessimistic, by no means. This can be called realism though. If you have already tried to do some particular task a hundred of times and it still didn’t get you anywhere, what’s the use of trying? Wouldn’t it be more reasonable to admit the hard truth, rather than to go on with the same senseless grind for ages? I believe that this capacity to admit your own failure is a highly important, but incredibly difficult thing to do.
Anyway, I suppose that giving up is not a part of human nature. Because if it were, the rate of suicide will be incredible high, because as I understand that is the greatest giving up ever. But well, things don’t happen this way. So, if you don’t succeed, you try again because first of all you don’t have much choice left. If you failed the second time and the third time and then over and again. You just realize that you failed. And even if you did fail, what are you left with? You just have to put up with that and start getting by it. It’s the easiest way, after all. The one many people go for.