Perseverance The word perseverance is such a powerful word. Mastering the word results in ultimate success yet takes an extraordinary amount of discipline. Most peopleâ€™s definitions can be summarized as meaning donâ€™t give up when the times get hard. Even though it seems like the whole world is against you canâ€™t give up if you give up at something that saying that whatever you are doing is better than. Nothing is better than you you where made by the hands of God. So donâ€™t ever give up, take a break but donâ€™t Give up. Its important because if you go to get a job somewhere and you work their and is like its to hard you are goin to be fired. Perseverance fits into our every day life.
Martin Luther King didnâ€™t give up when the times got hard he just kept going. Martin Luther King knew that people would try and kill him but through it all he fought for the rights of his people. He started the civil rights act of 1964. It is generally considered the most important U.S. law on civil rights since Reconstruction (1865-1877). It guarantees equal voting rights prohibits segregation or discrimination in places of public accommodation bans discrimination, including sex-based discrimination, by trade unions, schools, or employers that are involved in interstate commerce or do business with the federal government calls for the desegregation of public schools and assures nondiscrimination in the distribution of funds under federally assisted programs. A 1972 amendment, the Equal Employment Opportunity Act, extended coverage to employees of state and local governments and increased the authority of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which was created in 1964 to enforce provisions. The act was proposed by Pres. John F. Kennedy in 1963 and strengthened and passed into law under Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson.
In ocean racing, perseverance is as important a quality as actual sailing ability.