Persistence is being willing to push through and let nothing stop you from getting what you want. It forces you to work through obstacles, roadblocks and many stepping stones that seem impossible when you first set out to overcome them.
It’s a force that cannot be reckoned with when the motivation is in the right place.
No matter how audacious the idea may be, persistence is the key to trudging through and making it to the other side of what’s calling you.
Insanity, on the other hand, is persistence gone wrong.
It’s an ideal stuck in your head with only one possible outcome. Rather than persist, iterating and trying new approaches to test what may seep through, it’s the continuous bludgeoning along the same course.
Insanity is not understanding the current path is closed and being willing to use any means possible to get what is desired. It has an outrageously high possibility the action considered is a bad one with tremendous negative repercussions.
Insanity works against you and others.