Why it’s important to not give up

Why it’s important to not give up

I think it’s important not to abandon for everything because everything is hard in the world. It is not easy to be successful, the only thing that you can do is to work more harder.

First, not giving up is a responsibility that you need to do. All of us have questions in maths because sometimes it’s hard to understand for the first time. Therefore, there will be two groups of students. One group prefer to ask the question, talk with a partner and keep working to solve it, but group 2 are the students who think it’s too hard that I don’t want to do it. In the end, they will have a different result. Group 1 can improve their math ability fast. That’s why I think it’s important not to give up.

Second, not giving up will be a good experience that makes you grow up. When you were a child, you would face lots of challenge. Maybe you would feel upset; you wanted to give up. When I was eight years old, my father asked me to study how to ride a bike. I was so frustrated because I didn’t know how to do it. I have never done this before. I tried lots of times, and fell lots of times. I still wanted to do it. Finally, I could ride a bike by myself. I felt very proud of myself. Not giving up can help me to grow up. Not giving up will be a good experience that makes you grow up.

Third, Not giving up can help you learn from the mistakes. When you are trying to do something you will find that what disadvantage that you have. Last night, I had lots of physics problems. I had one that is very hard. Then I tried to do it. Whenever I restart, I can find the mistake that I had last time. Then I can learn from the mistakes, face the problem and know how to do it. Therefore, I think not giving up can help you learn from the mistakes.

Nothing in the world is too hard to do if we keep trying to do it. Moreover, not give up will help you grow up, learn from the mistakes. It also a responsibility that you need to do everything by yourself.

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