As Winston Churchill said, never, never, never, never, give up!

 

It is said that Winston Churchill once gave a speech at a college and when he got up to speak, all that he said was, never, never, never, never, give up! And then he sat back down. History has remembered only the strongest line in that speech. Winston Churchill actually gave a full and well prepared speech that day 29th October 1941 as he visited his old school in Harrow. It was just shortly after the Blitz. Winston Churchill talked about the lesson from the recent events of the time; the part of the speech we need to look at is –

“Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never–in nothing, great or small, large or petty–never give in, except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”

Great strong and encouraging words; you can imagine them being powerfully delivered by Winston Churchill, but as time goes by, those events of that time lose their high profile. Eventually over time to the average person, the most relevant point in that speech becomes; never, never, never, never, give up! Because that line speaks its message so clearly to an individual.

As for your dreams you must; never, never, never, never, give up!

As for your goals you must; never, never, never, never, give up!

As for your plans you must; never, never, never, never, give up!

As for taking action you must; never, never, never, never, give up!

As for your desire and faith in your goals you must; never, never, never, never, give up!

Take a dream in your imagination and make it into a goal, write that goal down, have desire and faith in that goal, and then take constant action towards that goal. In order to reach that goal you must; never, never, never, never, give up!

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