Just in case anybody reading this needs a little inspiration, something to give them a kick in the backside, to keep persevering like Frodo did through Mordor even when all hope was gone and he could barely keep his eyes open, here are a few words from Mark Helprin to help:
“From long familiarity, we know what honor is. It is what enables the individual to do right in the face of complacency and cowardice. It is what enables the soldier to die alone, the political prisoner to resist, the singer to sing her song, hardly appreciated, on a side street.”
Honor is doing the right thing – or at least the thing you should do – and not complaining about it, but doing it with pride. Honor is doing it even if outside forces try to stop you through whatever means, be it force or even just leering eyes.
(And may you never suffer trials as bleak and punishing as those Frodo faced.)