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What is the meaning of if you are going through Hell keep going?

What is the meaning of if you are going through Hell keep going?

What does “if you’re going through hell, keep going” mean? It describes that the only way out of a challenging situation—whether that’s a modern art exhibition or an entire year (*coughs” 2020 *coughs*… sorry, too soon?) —is through. If you find yourself in a bad place, there’s no point just staying there.

Did Churchill really say if you’re going through hell keep going?

Like Prince Hal in Shakespeare’s Henry V, Churchill used language to rouse the fighting spirit he believed was still alive in the British people, saying, “If you’re going through hell, keep going.” And the line that summed up his personal career and the spirit that led the British people to victory: “Never, never.

Did Churchill really say?

Yep. Churchill’s first speech as Prime Minister on May 13, 1940, included the quote.

When walking through hell do you keep walking?

There is a great quote by Churchill: “If you’re going through hell, keep going.” To refresh your memory, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill led the UK through World War II.

Why was Winston Churchill a good leader in ww2?

While Churchill’s power to inspire, his strategic foresight, his driving passion, and his unstoppable personality were the core qualities that made him an effective leader and statesman, the realization that he too was a “worm” tempered his character and kept him focused.

Did Churchill really say you Cannot reason with a tiger?

Winston Churchill’s remark that “You cannot reason with a tiger when your head is in its mouth” reflected the statesman’s incredulity that Britain would even consider negotiating with Adolph Hitler. The idea of appeasing Nazi Germany was simply preposterous.

Was Churchill left or right?

Winston Churchill

The Right Honourable Sir Winston Churchill KG OM CH TD DL FRS RA
Died 24 January 1965 (aged 90) Kensington, London, England
Resting place St Martin’s Church, Bladon, Oxfordshire, England
Political party Conservative (1900–1904; 1924–1964)
Other political affiliations Liberal (1904–1924)