Heroes As A Hero's Role Model

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Heroes are role models and have a great influence on individuals We are living in a diverse and opportunistic society today, heroes have become role models for the specific reason in the way which we think. Consequently, Many people become mad fans of their heroes and they even think heroes are always capable. However,people’s reaction and mind are literally affected by heroes. I am strongly against people who have heroes as their role model, because it is dangerous if people blind worship with heroes. Here are three reasons: people can lose their mind as they over obsessed with heroes, heroes can create a bad influence to people’s life. Moreover, people are possibly choosing heroes who have no morals. People can lose their mind…show more content…
Since the world is huge and all varieties of people are existing, it is not a good idea blind to worship heroes without any further investigations about their morals. More terrible thing is the most fans are even never actually meet the heroes. Instead of, they just know heroes from virtual internets. As we all know, a person who have low mortal is annoying to us if we have to meet this person regularly. In addition, It is hard to deal with a person with low quality, sometimes we may fight back in the similar way which is the way that person offend us. However, it is not the way we normally do. Hence, how can those people just worship hero for less specific reasons without knowing heroes’ real moral ? That’s so ridiculous. But, once people become their fans, they will no longer realise for this point, because they start to consider their heroes should be perfect all the time. They become totally fall in love with their heroes blindly. In the meantime, they will pay much attention about heroes’ actions and behaviours, even some unobtrusive actions. So, it is no doubt that when the heroes make some bad actions, their fans are definitely going to follow it. In my experience, learning bad things are more effectively than good things. Therefore, the situation is more likely occur to our young people. The point we have is the advanced learning ability. Heroes who have no morals such as: a thief in a movie, Adolf Hitler ---the biggest criminal in the Second World War. If we treat a thief in a movie as our hero, they may believe that it is cool to steal others properties and acceptable to being a criminal. Likewise, if we recognise our hero is Adolf Hitler, we are going to be selfish, racist and criminal. I am sure about that there is extremely no positive point that we can learning from him. He just only figuratively drive us mad. The aftermath is highly unconscious. Heroes with no morals is evil to us and trying to rude and

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