Perseverance In The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind

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Perseverance is the hard work you do after you get tired of doing the hard work you already did. A book about a boy who has to overcome sickness, poverty, hunger, and death, all while powering the city with hope. When young William can’t afford to go to school he betters his education at the library, with some help from the librarian, about power and generating electricity. One day he finds a book on wind power and starts to build his own windmill to power his house. Even though it’s hard with many setbacks like famine and sickness, and others telling him he can’t or will never be able to do it, William has perseverance, and does. One of the themes in the book The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind is perseverance. No matter how much, or little, money you have; the conditions you are in or the place where you come from you are the only one that can decide what you are going to do with your life and what your actions are going to be.
Education plays a big factor in your life, and in choosing what you want to do or be when you grow up. William and his family couldn’t afford to send him to school but William decided to go to the library everyday in order to better his education. He chose to better his education even though it wasn’t required of him at the time because he could not be at school due to not being able to
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Proven that Optimists handle much better in tight situations where not giving up and persistence are a must have while pessimists look for things to go wrong and that keeps them from reaching, or even noticing their goal. If you can’t think about the positive and look for the good things in life then things will be hard and easier to give up on. Perseverance means that you move on and try to achieve success, despite the things that go wrong or become difficult. This is exactly what William did when everyone
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