He showed his modesty when he would say something and could successfully back it up. The better Pat got, the more humble he got about being good. Finally, even though he knew he was good, instead of bragging about it and talking himself up, he showed people how good he was. It was beyond doubt that everyone saw he was a modest person. Another admirable trait that Tillman possessed was determination.
For one he takes care of his brothers. He did not have to if he did not want to. He quit football to care for them. He wanted to watch them he did not want them to be separated. All those things are sacrifices football, time, and he also sacrificed college.
The old man raised his eyes and looked at the boy. He gestured at him with the tin. He looked like someone trying to feed a broken vulture broken in the road.” (163), XXXXXXX. Not knowing the man’s identity or intentions the boy continues to be adamant and help the elderly stranger by giving him food and (showing compassion.) The boy’s act of altruism is then passed on as the father invites the same stranger to eat with them.
Conversely, he left behind a lasting legacy and raised millions of dollars towards cancer research; he managed to exceed previous self imposed expectations, thus making him a success transcending time itself. I believe the factors that enabled Fox to accomplish such extraordinary feats can be found in his character traits. I will start with his overdeveloped sense of empathy, which was the catalyst to his quest to raise money and awareness for cancer. Fox endured sixteen months of chemotherapy, and while at the hospital, he was moved by the plight of other cancer afflicted patients in his ward. Fox found it unfair that some of the patients would not be able to walk away, but he would.
As if that wasn’t enough, five days after my dad excommunicated his family I watched my one year old puppy get hit by a car, dragged across train tracks and around the block for a little less than a kilometer until he was finally dislodged and dragged from under said car by yours truly. As I ran screaming after the driver I will never forget the thought that kept playing on a loop: “I can’t do this. Not my dog. This isn’t happening. I don’t think I can live through this if he’s dead.” Step three: traumatic events contributing to a tragic backstory - complete.
He reminded us through his actions. He is a hero, because he, an ordinary man, sacrificed his life to save others. Anyone can drop what they're doing to help others, even if it risks their life, so long as they are up to it. Conclusion: Roger Rosenblatt wrote this article to remind everybody that they are not ordinary. He wanted people to know that no one is ordinary.
He referred to himself as “one of the few honest people he has ever known.” He is also a giving person. He fought in World War 1 and could’ve ended up giving his life for his people. Lastly, he is a good listener. He is one of the more quiet
When I went to the first date in my life, she told me about her love story with my grandfather. All these unnoticeable hints became now a significant story, in particular the life story. When tears disappeared, all thoughts which entered my head were collected in one. It looked like I woke up from a dream and could not find myself in this place. Actually, this place seemed ordinary, but not for me.