7 Never Give Up Stories For Students To Inspire Them

 

Best Never Give Up Motivational Stories For Students With Moral

 

“There are moments when troubles enter our lives and we can do nothing to avoid them. But they are there for a reason. Only when we have overcome them will we understand why they were there.”

– Paulo Coelho

Never Give Up Stories For Students

Never Give Up Stories With Moral: Losing Hope and Feel like Quitting? How many times in your life have you felt that you should abort the work in your hand because you can’t handle the pressure anymore? Life is not easy and there will be many situations that come your way that can cause you stress and anxiety. But no matter what your situation is right now, you have to pick yourself up and stay calm and positive.

The truth is this: we all have bad days. Even the most successful and happy people you see in the world want to give up. However, if you let fear and doubt creep in, it will start to send you into a negative downward spiral where you will get depressed and feel like there is no hope. These never give up stories will motivate you how to keep pushing yourself until you reach the goal.

1. Three Days More: A Story About Never Give Up

Suiwo, the disciple of Hakuin, was a good teacher. During one summer seclusion period, a pupil came to him from a southern island of Japan. Suiwo gave him the problem: ‘Hear the sound of one hand.’ The pupil remained for three years but could not pass this test. One night he came in tears to Suiwo. ‘I must return south in shame and embarrassment,’ he said, ‘for I cannot solve my problem.’

‘Wait one week more and meditate constantly,’ advised Suiwo. Still, no enlightenment came to the pupil. Try for another week,’ said Suiwo. The pupil obeyed, but in vain. ‘Still another week.’ Yet this was of no avail. In despair, the student begged to be released, but Suiwo requested another meditation of five days.

They were without results. Then he said: ‘Mediate for three days longer, then if you fail to attain enlightenment, you had better kill yourself.’ On the second day, the pupil was enlightened.

2. The Importance of Hard Work And Struggle

The owner of a farm asked her child to work every day at the farm. His friend said to him: “You do not have to make your son work so hard. The crops would grow just as good.” The farm owner replied: “I am not cultivating my crops, but my child.”

Moral of The Story: 1. A simple way to groom a child is to let him experience some hardships. 2. If not cut, jade would not turn into useful ware.

 

Never Give Up Stories To Motivate You When Life Is Hard

3. Inspiring Story of A Man Who Refused To Give Up

Once, a young schoolboy was caught in a fire accident at his school, and was assumed that he would not live. His mother was told that he was sure to die, for the terrible fire had devastated the lower half of his body. Even if he were to survive, he would be a cripple throughout his life. But the brave boy did not want to die nor did he want to be a cripple.

Much to the amazement of the doctor, he did survive. But unfortunately from his waist down, he had no motor ability. His thin legs just dangled there, lifeless. Ultimately he was discharged from the hospital. But his determination to walk was indomitable. At home, when he was not in bed, he was confined to a wheelchair.

But one day, he threw himself from the chair and pulled himself across the grass, dragging his legs behind him. He reached the picket fence, raised himself up, and then stake by stake, he began dragging himself along the fence, his resolve to walk undeterred.

He did this every day, with faith in himself that he would be able to walk unaided. With his iron persistence and his resolute determination, he did develop the ability to stand up, then to walk haltingly, then to walk by himself, and then to run.

After Some Months of The Incident

He began to walk to school, then run to school, to run for the sheer joy of running. Later in college, he made the track team. In February 1934, in New York City’s famed Madison Square Garden, this young man who was not expected to survive, who would surely never walk, who could never hope to run – this determined young man, Dr. Glenn Cunningham, ran the world’s fastest mile.

An epitome of the power of positive thinking and faith in one’s self, Glenn Cunningham continues to be an inspiration for many, and his story, a brilliant testimony to how one can bounce back even when all odds are stacked against one, to the extent that death seemed the preferable option.

4. Why Should You Never Give Up: Story of Stephen King

As a paranoid, troubled child, tormented by nightmares and raised in poverty, it is no surprise that Stephen King grew up to the title: “Master of Horror”. An addiction to drugs and alcohol was his mechanism to cope with the unhappiness he felt in his life. The frustration he felt towards multiple rejections by publishers in combination with illicit substances caused him to mentally contemplate violence towards his own children.

“We make up horrors to help us cope with the real ones.”

These intense emotions were those that he focused onto his writing. And that’s why he said: Writing became his new coping mechanism, and this is how the master author we know today grew to success.

 

5. A Man Who Made Impossible, Possible: A Never Give Up Story

Incredible Story of Dashrath Manjhi: A Man of Iron Will

This is the story of an Indian man whose long-lasting love for his wife saw him literally move the mountains. Dashrath Manjhi was born into a poor laborer family in Gehlaur village (Gaya) in the state of Bihar (India). Dashrath Manjhi also known as “Mountain Man” carved a path 360-foot-long (110 m) through-cut, 25-foot-deep (7.6 m) in places and 30-foot-wide (9.1 m) to form a road through a mountain in the Gehlour hills, working day and night for 22 years from 1960 to 1982.

What is more astonishing about this herculean task is – He did it only by using a hammer and chisel. His feat reduced the distance between the Atri and Wazirganj blocks of the Gaya district from 55 km to 15 km, bringing him national acclaim. Though initially mocked for his efforts, this only served to strengthen his resolve.

But as time went by, the unfazed farmer continued to split the troublesome hill in half, he started getting some help. But what inspired Dashrath Manjhi to start this inhumane task while there was no immediate benefit in the near future? Manjhi’s wife, Falguni Devi got injured while working.

The injury was not much critical subject to the availability of the medical facility. The nearest hospital was in Gaya district, 15 km away from Gehlaur. But, due to the presence of the mountain between Gehlaur and Gaya, the 15 km journey stretched to 55 km.

What Inspired Him To Undertake This Inhumane Task

She died due to not receiving immediate medical attention. Some reports say she was injured while walking along a narrow path across the rocky ridge to bring water or lunch to Manjhi, who had to work away from the village at a location south of the ridge. Other reports link the path across the ridge to the delayed care but not to her injuries. The death of his wife, in 1959, broke Manjhi but he didn’t give up.

If you were in this situation what would you do? Criticise government or fate? But this man had another plan. His loss engendered a thought of making a path by carving the mountain. He started his work and spent more than two decades trying to dig through the mountain using a hammer and chisel.

In the early days, villagers lambasted him. But, that didn’t stop Mr. Manjhi from doing his job. With each day he became more inexorable. He did it so that his village could have easier access to medical attention after his wife died from a lack thereof.

A Never Give Up Story That Inspires To Do The Impossible

In an interview, Dashrath Manjhi said, “When I started hammering the hill, people called me a lunatic but that steeled my resolve. However, after some years, a few people lent me support by giving me food and helping me buy my tools.” For his glorious feat, this old man became popularly known as the ‘Mountain Man’.

Now all the people of the Gaya district have nothing but gratitude for this great man who made their lives so much easier. Dashrath Manjhi died on 17 August 2007 at the age of 73, while suffering from gall bladder cancer in AIIMS Delhi (India). The Bihar government honored him with a state funeral and also proposed his name for the Padma Shree award in 2006 in the social service sector.

So, if you have recently experienced a setback or failure and don’t see any ray of hope in the near future or you are so discouraged that your enthusiasm has died down, then these never give up motivational stories are definitely for you. Just remember how these people conquered countless defeats, and realize that you can do the same.

“Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life. Keep going. Tough situations build strong people in the end.”

– Roy T. Bennett

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