“Don’t give up. Don’t lose hope. Don’t sell out.” Christopher Reeve
We all get knocked down. Getting knocked down comes as part of the price for living. When it happens, rise again and again. Shake it off and begin again. Let everyone know you don’t quit, you don’t give up. Let them know nothing can stop you. It’s the truth.
“Survival can be summed up in three words – never give up. That’s the heart of it really. Just keep trying (Bear Grylls).”
Never give up, never quit. In the times when you feel so low you can’t sink any lower, never give up. Sunshine and rainbows are waiting for you. Hang in a little longer. Don’t let go. Fight on. You’ll surprise everyone.
“The one thing you’ve gotta do is that you need to always do the best you can do, no matter what the given situation, no matter what comes up against you. You do the best you can do, and you never give up. Never quit.”
~ James Corden
Today gives a chance to prepare for tomorrow. Tomorrow has a big rainbow waiting for us. We may have to put in the hard work and a number of todays to get to the tomorrow we want, but it’s there. Tomorrow wants us to court it and show it how much we want it. Don’t give up. Don’t quit.
What do you do when you think you can go on? You shower, get dressed, put on a smile, no matter if it’s fake, and get going. There’s no other way, otherwise we’ll slip into a depression that will need the jaws of life to yank us out. The more we move out of ourselves toward others or other projects, the more we refuel our tank. It’s not easy, that’s for sure, but it’s the only way to breathe life back into us. To go on, we have to keep on going on. Never quit. Never give up.
For every obstacle there is a solution. Persistence is the key. The greatest mistake is giving up!”
~ Dwight D. Eisenhower
“Don’t give up. Don’t lose hope. Don’t sell out.” – Christopher Reeve
Get Your Stubborn On
We often associate stubbornness with the aging grandma who refuses to give up driving, . . . or the spouse who constantly locks himself out of the house yet still chooses not to put a spare key underneath the mat in the garage. But a determination to stay the course and a refusal to change an attitude about something despite what others might say isn’t always a bad thing. The athlete who got cut from the varsity team for two years and then finally made it because he refused to give up is remarkably stubborn. So is the runner who insists on the same trail run each morning in snow and rain and heat and the gloom of night. In these cases, stubbornness is inspiring. Your stubbornness is a longevity friend.Source