Who is your hero? If that question was asked to a group of people, some might think of loved ones or family, and some may talk about doctors, firemen, or even a teacher. However, most would probably say their hero was some celebrity or star athlete. While some celebrities and athletes can justifiably be labeled "heroes", there are some people who may appear to be heroic, but lead a completely different life off the field.
Everyone in the world has someone they look up to and want to be just like them one day. Everyone has different opinions about who a true hero is. My personal hero is my dad, David Laetzsch. My dad is my favorite person in the world because he is always there when I need him the most and I don’t know where I would be today without him. He has helped get me to the great life I have now and I am forever thankful for all he does for me. Nobody could ever compare to my father. He is the most caring, loving and genuine person I know even if he doesn’t show it sometimes, and that is why he is my hero.
Heros are just ordinary people who are extraordinarily selfless, honorable, and strong. They are people we walk by everyday who strive to improve the quality of other people’s lives. A hero is not motivated by dollars but by hope. Hope that they can make their mark on the world and can carry others to a place better than where they reside. True heros, from superman to your own personal hero, all have one power, the power to touch hearts and
To begin one of my heroes comes from one of my favorite shows Naruto. Rock Lee is a fictional character that has been a gigantic inspiration to me personally. Since I started to watch this series I have been motivated to workout and get in shape. Rock Lee’s character connects with me since he has acquired his mental and physical strength from hard work which correlates with what I am doing. Emotional Rock Lee is my hero for giving me the ambition to complete my goals and dreams. Also, not just sitting there waiting for things to happen for me. My hero is relatable to what I am doing now (working out) and can be relatable to anyone who is trying to start from the bottom then work their way to the top. Rock Lee’s emotional effect on my life as a hero has been strength and guidance. Without this sudden inspiration, my entire lifestyle would be different, I would just be playing basketball occasionally, watching Youtube and eating unhealthy. Rock Lee has helped me turn my life around. If I ever feel like I need a boost of motivation or joy, I remember Rock Lee. All in all, being a hero isn’t always saving the day; a hero can help put you on the right track by saving you in the long run.
When it comes to heroes, there are many people who come to mind, but the ones that are most special to me are the ones who work towards making our planet and ocean better. Animals and oceans are huge interest of mine and celebrities that use their platform to help create a better tomorrow are always heroes in my eyes. Three of these celebrities that are heroes of mine are Ellen DeGeneres, Angelina Jolie & Maroon 5 but more specifically Adam Levine.
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. They can be fictional or nonfictional. Maybe a hero is a child or possibly an ordinary person. People can also have multiple heroes. Whenever I think of my current hero, Andre Bryant comes to mind, he helped, connected, and a hard worker.
In todays society heros to us are celebrities or superheroes but in reality ordinary people can be heroes too. A hero is a person who brings out the good in people and makes us want to bring positivity to the world.
My hero is Rick Taylor, my grandpa. He is my hero for many reasons, and I very much so look up to him. He is kind to everyone around him and helps out in any way he can. Sometimes it’s just simple little things like helping my grandma cook or clean up, or taking
One person that I would classify as being a hero would be Oprah Winfrey. The reason for this is because over the years, Oprah Winfrey has donated millions of dollars to others. One time she donated over 7 Million to a school in Africa so the kids can get an education. She also has created the Oprah’s Angel Network and donated over 80 million to nonprofit organizations around the world. Oprah is a true hero; she is always giving to the poor and needy all around the world without question.
within crowds of people and unnoticed. Everyone has their own personal hero in their life, and they may be famous or they may be just everyday people you see on the street. For me, my personal hero is my dad for numerous reasons. His amiable attitude, his altruistic ways, and his positive approach to challenges makes my dad my personal hero.
What do you think of when you hear the word “hero”? You probably think of Superman or Batman, superheroes like them. Well, you don't have to save the world from a villain to be considered a hero. I’m going to tell you a little bit about my personal hero and his life.
Firstly, a real hero is always caring toward other people. For example, Walt DIsney was an extremely caring person, and that trait was passed onto the children that he inspired. He was described as “A man whose modest mission was simply ‘to bring happiness to the
When the word "hero" is spoken, everyone has different thoughts. Some will think of super powers like flying and saving people from villains; while others have a certain person they know or have heard of that come to mind who have done something to make a difference in the lives of others but who is a hero to you? To answer this question you must first ask yourself what a hero is; what comes to your mind when someone says the word. When I am confronted with these questions I always have the same thoughts; smart, strong will power, and someone who stands up for what they believe is right.
What does make a hero a hero? Is it there looks? Alternatively, maybe is it their personality? However, the question is what are those essential qualities that make one a hero? Different people require different heroes to look up to or try to emulate. However, whoever it may be, they all possess certain qualities. My hero is my mother, for the reason that she is selfless, compassion, and courage. That kind of selflessness can often be premeditated, since concentrating on others' needs often winds up helping one accomplish one’s own goals. However, a heroic leader does so without any anticipation of a return. The display and concern show the care one has for others. This can often apparent itself in strong but gentle actions planned to increase the lives of others. Courage and bravery come to mind first when we think of heroism. However, it is difficult to achieve anything truly heroic unless one is up against overwhelming chances. As Nelson Mandela put it, "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it." These minor acts of heroism rarely attract any notice. A true hero is always sympathetic, benevolent and shows a great deal of compassion and sympathy to those poorly or in agony. He or she keeps away judgements; that are oriented to the self and embraces an attitude that serves others.
Everyone has a hero who they are inspired by and who they look up to and mine is a fictional character named Naruto Uzumaki of the hidden leaf because he would never give up, do anything for his friends and family and he always gives it his all. Firstly Naruto is my hero because would never give up no matter what the odds may be. For example when Naruto was a child he was hated on by the village and people wanted him killed but Naruto never gave up on his dream on becoming their leader and eventually when he grew up he saved that same village which lead him to being accepted by many people. This is important because no one would even talk to Naruto as a kid. All though Naruto managed to find some people who thought differently who had heart