Persevering Through Adversities
One step at a time
What is perseverance?
Winston Churchill was a politician, writer, painter, and a well-known historical figure. He was born on November 30, 1874 in Blenheim Palace, Marlborough, England. During most of his childhood and adulthood, his parents were absent from his life. He was mostly independent in the early part of his life. He graduated from the Royal Military school all by himself in 1894. Then, as he became older, Winston showed determination and encouragement. For example, in the paragraph "Becoming a Politician", Churchill became a famous author and a war hero. He also started his long political career in 1894 as he was invited to run for Parliament. Even though he lost his MP seat and was temporarily out of the government in 1945, he did not stop. After that, he showed a great amount of perseverance and resilience and overcame these adversities. He got right back up and ran as PM again later in 1951.He also displayed his determination when he was diagnosed with acute appendicitis and suffered through multiple strokes. Despite these medical issues, Sir Winston Churchill never quit. He adhered to his passion of politics. Churchill was very well-known for his famous speech, “Blood, Toil, Tears, and Sweat.” This very speech helped encouraged the British Army to keep fighting and triumph over the unconquerable Nazi Germany. During this time, he also joined together with the United States and the Soviet Union. Unfortunately, after that, in 1965, he passed away after a stroke. Even though he is not alive today, Winston’s pieces of art and writing are known all over the world til this date.
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Lady Jags Win the Game of Life-Problem/Solution
Lady Jags huddle up for a pep talk in the game of basketball and life.
Robby visits his doctor for a regular check-up.
Sir Winston Churchill
Sir Winston Churchill at the age of 50.