Lessons Learned From Perseverance
From People Who Never Gave Up
Never stop fighting until you arrive at your destined place - that is, the unique you. Have an aim in life, continuously acquire knowledge, work hard, and have perseverance to realize the great life. - A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Perseverance is to overcome obstacles in life. But today we are going to learn about 6 stories of perseverance and what they went through to be triumphant in that situation.
Abraham Lincoln 1840 - 1865 Missionary and Progressive Generation
Eleanor Roosevelt legacy lives on because of her cause being First Lady of the United States from 1933 to 1945. One of her effects as First Lady was more organizations, movements, and groups were created for human rights, poverty, and women. She also help created the United Nations and was Chairperson to Women and Human Rights for a couple years at a time. She inspired other people to be advocates of human rights and women. Her two strongest subjects. She always represent women in a time of inequality for women who were unrepresented. But most importantly for her job she created a new standard for First Lady in how importance the job was and how to actually get yourself out there. And never idle herself in her life and kept working for human rights.
1972 Andes Mountains Plane Crash
Surviving in a harsh climate after a crash in the Andes mountains by Chile while trying to go to a rugby tournament game. And many people died from the crash. This is their story of how they survived. They sadly had to eat dead bodies from the crash that have died and would be an act of cannibalism and use it as food when they have no food left. They also use jars and melt it from the snow in the Andes mountains to make water. They use quilts a lot and made sleeping bags out of it for warmth and sleep.To block snow blindness they use sunglasses and made them. They also adjusted them for the climate type. Eventually, they had to send out 2 survivors call help to rescue the rest of the rugby players at the Andes mountains and return them to the authorities to resilience themselves.