v. en·dured, en·dur·ing, en·dures
1. To carry on through, despite hardships; undergo: endure an Arctic winter.
2. To bear with tolerance: "We seek the truth, and will endure the consequences" (Charles Seymour). See Synonyms at bear1.
1. To continue in existence; last: buildings that have endured for centuries.
2. To suffer patiently without Yielding
To suffer patiently without yielding. This simple dictionary definition inspired me to dwell a little deeper into its actual defining explanation. How does Yielding exactly play into enduring?
a. To give forth a natural product; be productive.
b. To produce a return for effort or investment: bonds that yield well.
a. To give up, as in defeat; surrender or submit.
b. To give way to pressure or force: The door yielded to a gentle push.
c. To give way to argument, persuasion, influence, or entreaty.
d. To give up one's place, as to one that is superior: yielded to the chairperson.
Beginnings with planned out endings
Endings with perfect planned out beginnings.
Darkness comes without an invitation
An Invitaion which forces attendance
Attendance thats forces recognition
All in which endured without yielding.