Perseverance is built on the idea that humans will can rise the occasion.
When I was 8 years old I wanted to learn how to professionally ride a mountain bike. I wanted to learn at 8 years old because I was old enough and mature enough to learn how to ride it without severely getting hurt. I was afraid at first, but once I got the hang of it I was really good and confident. All the other children that didn’t know how to ride the bike were really jealous and anxious and wanted to learn just like me.
Just because you fail at something doesn’t mean you should stop and give up, just keep trying. If I had eagerly stopped trying with everything I do, I would be absolutely nowhere in life and I would technically be a nobody. For example if I ever wanted to be a writer I would have to learn how to write and to achieve my goals I could never give up. Same goes for reading if I wanted to learn how to read I can never give up or else will never be able to read.
To learn anything you have to try. Just because you give up does not mean you can’t accomplish it in the end. Once while learning to shoot a basketball I gave up because I couldn’t get it and I kept getting frustrated. I did end up pushing through and succeeding in basketball and now I am very good at it!
When I learn how to do things I try not to give up I push myself to finish. I think everyone should do this even if what they are trying to accomplish is very hard, in the end their idea or dream will come to life.
Another personal question I have to this is when I started going to a new school in 4th grade. I was so scared I thought I was going to be made fun of because I was the new kid in school. After my first day I was so relieved because all of the kids were so friendly! They all said hi and asked about me. Everyone asked to be my friend.
As I said, in the beginning perseverance is built on the idea that human will can rise the occasion. Every example in life can take after this.