What Is The Purpose Of The American Crisis By Thomas Paine

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After reading the document “The American Crisis” by Thomas Paine, published in December 23, 1776, I think that the author had written a very inspiring article. In front of the war, he was fearless, and he could not find any reason to be afraid. I agree with the author and believe, no matter anything, as long as we persevere, indomitable, we would have the hope to get the glorious results. The author was successful in making me feel that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives everything its value. I am a person who is relatively timid and lack of self-confidence. Although I grew up in a no war and peaceful era, and have never experienced the war, which would bring me how much fear; I could imagine,…show more content…
Fortunately, I still have a heart with persistent and unremitting. About two years ago, when I was just a college freshman in America, I thought the most two words was “give up”. As a native born American, he or she would never understand me, who is an English as a second language learner, how hard would be learning English to me. I really did not have the confidence and courage to finish the two years college courses because my English level did not reach the college level, also I have to take care of my family and my two little children. Based on the above factors, which always made me had the idea of giving up. The author had mentioned in his article: persistence is victory. As a matter of fact, I feel that I have one thing in common with him, which is my persistent and unremitting heart. I was able to walk step by step to today, have finished most of my college courses and also got good grades; it is because of the heart. Now, I am proud of myself. I did not give up. I believe that next year 's summer, I can successfully complete all my courses and graduated from
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