A hero is not a person with strength or a person how fight monsters. A hero is a person that inspires you to be the best you can be, a person how tells you that there is nothing in the world that you can’t do, a person how will speak to you in a different way. My hero doesn’t need strength or able to fight monster, but their able to change your life in a different way. My heroes inspire me to be the person I can be today and other every day. The people in my store inspire me to do thing I never want to do but they make me do it by changing my mind. The reason I picked these people because they don’t just inspire me they inspire other people to.
Watching a film, one can easily recognize plot, theme, characterization, etc., but not many realize what basic principle lies behind nearly every story conceived: the hero’s journey. This concept allows for a comprehensive, logical flow throughout a movie. Once the hero’s journey is thoroughly understood, anyone can pick out the elements in nearly every piece. The hero’s journey follows a simple outline. First the hero in question must have a disadvantaged childhood. Next the hero will find a mentor who wisely lays out his/her prophecy. Third the hero will go on a journey, either literal or figurative, to find him/herself. On this journey the hero will be discouraged and nearly quit his/her quest. Finally, the
People react to experiences based on what they have been previously exposed to. This is why patience, good listening skills, understanding and respect are what I aspire to teach by example; along with the magic of music. My plan is to do this while being a great, multi-culturally competent, elementary school music teacher. What a mouth full, but that’s the goal! Western would be a great school for me. I have turned tragedy into something positive and feel like I would be coming to your school prepared with a good amount of experience.
This past Sunday I was listening to a young man tell the church how he had quit his job to follow Christ's call to be a missionary over seas. His passion of obedience struck a cord in my heart. I had long before expressed my heart's desire to one day work for a non profit after I had gotten my degree and since then have veered on a entirely different career path. God is gracious and has blessed as well as grown me so much even with the path change. He has matured my faith and grown me in my abilities as a valuable employee. But as I was sitting there listening to this man who was leaving to further God's kingdom I was hit with a thought, 'you could be helping send people who further God's kingdom.' Over the next few days God continued
There are times where two completely different movies can seem very similar because of the happenings in the plot. Ms. Seger’s ten step structure outlines the basic storyline of any movie almost perfectly. The Searchers and also Beauty and the Beast are great examples that follow her “Hero Myth” format.
At a young age and even today we all have a hero; it can range from a character in movies to video games even into literature. Throughout my life I have never been one to enjoy reading or watching movies, my daily activity was playing video games meaning all the heroes to me where inside a video game. Growing up playing numberless different videos games you get a taste at such a diverse variety of worlds, story line, environments, and even items. That being, I have come to learn about quite a bit of characters and some have really stood out in being extra heroic in their actions or just being cooler than the other; Master Chief (Halo), Mario (Super Mario Bros.), and Link (Legend of Zelda).
On bright a sunny day, on Saturday morning me and my family and friends were going paintballing. Mom, Karson, Makana, Brittany, Jasie, Amanda, and I all get up and get all of our gear on, father said that he would take a little longer since he had to go to the chicken house, so we all went to the course and started playing. It was almost 10:00 in the morning, before he got back, but we had already started playing a few rounds, before he actually got there.
"DIA!" His father's screams replayed over in his head as he woke, being pulled out of his slumber by the sound of doors crashing open. Captain Poison screamed at him "Your mothers and fathers are dead! Your brothers and sisters are dead!" As Dia and the other boys were rushed through the camp, the thoughts of his family came flooding back to him. The way his mother used to softly sing him to sleep when he was younger or how his father would joke around with him on the way to school. His family wasn't wealthy but it was enough for him. Dia was happy with his family. He realised that he may never experience this happiness again.
Throughout time and literature hero’s have not changed physically but the people who are looked to as hero’s has. A hero is someone who goes above and beyond what is required to help someone in need. Hero’s come in many shapes and sizes, and carry many similar but different qualities. Hero’s are kind people who truly care for others without any alterrior motives. People who care and donate their time, energy, love, and kindness to others. Also a person who is brave, daring and courageous are considered hero’s.
What does it take to be a hero. What I think it takes to be a hero is that you need to be able to make sacrifices they don't just benefit you, but for everyone else. You have to be a very good person in order to be considered a hero. A hero is someone who affects the people around him in a good way. A hero affects people and causes mostly good changes. A hero is a good person that everyone can look up to.
On the 20th of June, The Pearl cruise ship was sailing through the lost islands of the Caribbean. The Pearl had just stopped at Kikibuka, a gorgeous small island off the coast of Antigua. Kate Blair had just stepped off the boat and smelled the fresh air of the Caribbean. She was a short fifteen year old with a lot of positive energy. She did not know that she was about to have the adventure of a lifetime.
Static's barrier wasn't going to hold any longer as he heard that help was coming from both Sentinel and Rhea. The tower was under attack by those things, people dying as those thing bite into them. Man, he knew that he needed to write out the report and he didn't know where to start. But, his barrier was slowly disappearing as Static was getting tried of using his powers this long. He was going to give up right at the spot, but a sonic boom sent those things away from the barrier. Some even hit the barrier as well as the ground nearby him.
There are many ways to define or describe a hero. I would describe a hero in my own words as a person with an impressive strength of characteristics to be defined as a hero. Heroes are admired for their bravery and the great courage that they show others such as an everyday hero. An everyday hero can be someone such as your mother, father, or even a fireman, etc. who has a eager compassion to serve others.
Heroes today are thought to be people who do extraordinary things or people who help out in little ways. Some people consider celebrities heroes and even more people consider the hardworking law enforcement and firefighters heroes. These are all fine examples of heroes, but I believe in Sailor Moon, a spunky girl living in half-hour cartoon segments . She never falls from grace, into the seedy belly of drugs or breaking laws, her glory never fades and despite her knack for walking into traps she always come out on top in the end, but most of all she’s my hero.
“A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself” (Campbell 1). When we think of heroes most of us think of movie stars or professional athletes, but it’s not always about your popularity or talent it can also be about how you help society. What I think make a great hero is someone who is able to overcome his or her obstacles in life, is highly motivated, and has plenty of bravery.