“A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself.” (Joseph Campbell). Heroes dedicate their lives to contribute to the general welfare of society. Most of the time, the obstacle seems to big for them to handle, but they overcome it in the end. A hero can be anyone in the world.
“A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself.” (Joseph Campbell). Heroes dedicate their lives to contribute to the general welfare of society. Most of the time, the obstacle seems too great for them to deal with, but they overcome it in the end. A hero can be anyone in the world.
Heroism Who is your hero? It may be your dad or, perhaps another family member, one that you have known your whole life as a hero. Maybe it is a fictional character. A person that you don't know or have never seen, but still you think of them as a hero.
American actor Christopher Reeve once quoted, "A hero is an ordinary individual who finds strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles" (Brainy Quote). Not only did he play a hero as Superman, he truly became one in his personal life. After becoming a quadriplegic Reeve became a spokesperson for people with spinal cord injuries. A hero is a person one admires because of the qualities and selfless actions they exemplify to overcome adversity and inspire others. Heroism is apparent in literature, history, and in our own life.
A hero for me is kind, generous, and respectful. My hero is Dwayne Johnson. He was born on May 2 1972. He is a film actor, professional wrestler, producer, and singer. Dwayne Johnson stands as a hero because he has helped foundation for kids, he helps people in the military,other people , and he is inspiring.
A hero is someone who puts others before themselves. Heroic acts can range from small gestures or actions such as saving countless lives. Heroes are known for their outstanding achievements and selflessness. Welles Crowther was a hero because he put other people's lives ahead of his own and sacrificed his life for others.. As Welles was growing up, he had an interest in helping people.
“If you can tell me who your heroes are, I can tell you how you are going to turn out. It is really important to have the right heroes.” – Warren Buffet. Many people are looking for heroes in wrong places, and misunderstanding the term hero itself. Strength, bravery, courage, and honesty are the things most people think when the name hero pops.
Romain Rolland once said: “A hero is a man who does what he can.” Everyday you might pass a hero walking down the street and you may not realize it; a hero can be anyone of any age, race, or gender. The true definition of a hero is being ready and willing to fight for others, and having courage by showing determination and exceeding expectations; not having powers with a cape, good lucks, and muscles. Heroes are willing to fight for strangers despite the risk it can have. Putting others before yourself has a big role of being a hero.
Everybody has their own opinion of what a hero is. A hero is someone who does what they believe is right, no matter what anybody has to say. They stand their ground and don’t fall into negativity. A hero is someone who is selfless and inspires us to be a better version of our own selves. One of the best examples of a hero is Atticus Finch, a lawyer and father in the 1930s in the book To Kill A Mockingbird.
“I think that we all do heroic things, but hero is not a noun, it's a verb.” We often think of heroes as people, but heroes could be anyone, we just have to do something. Being a hero doesn't mean you have physical strength, but it means you have to be willing to put others before you. Heroes don't hesitate to take action, they overcome their fear and/or speak out for what they believe in, even if it means saving 1 or 2 lives. Heroes are people who aid others without any hesitation.
By the way, when I say hero, I don’t mean someone with superpowers and a cape. I mean someone that helps people in need. A hero is a person that is always there for others, even if this hero doesn’t know the person. My dad is my Michigan hero because we are very similar, he is really smart, and he cares about his family. My dad is my hero because we are very similar.
Robert Downey, Junior once said “ I think that we all do heroic things, but hero is not a noun , it’s a verb.” The word hero is based on only a person’s definition. A hero’s definition depends on how the world sees fit. Heros do everything in their power and fight for something they believe in and fight for something worthwhile, persevere, and do not rely on physical strength, but mental strength. Heroes fight for something they believe in.
My father is helpful for others, Caring, and he diligently listens to any Ideas or issues I’m facing. My dad is my hero because he cares for his family, he helps others and he is the one who taught me. My dad is my hero, because he cares for his family. First of all my father makes weekly calls to his family.
One hero is Rick Thorton, a man who is a captain of a boat on Staten Island, New York. When the petrifying event of 9/11 happened, Rick filled his boat and others with as many people as possible and drove them to safety, and he kept coming back because he couldn’t leave the people still stuck on the islands to die. Mr. Thorton is a hero because he acted upon what he thought was the right thing to do for the people. A different historical hero is Mr. Abraham Lincoln. “But the cause he so ardently loved, so ably, patiently, faithfully represented and defended - not for himself only, not for us only, but for all people in all their coming generations…”
I have always admired my dad and could say he is my biggest super hero. My father is the best example in my life, and he has proven to me that anything is possible when you want to accomplish great success, with hard work and determination. I really look up to my dad because with his intelligence and