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    't have been happier. How could I have not been happy. I had a great day of school with all my friends, my mom bought me lunch and I was just on my way to the comic book store. It was a 6 year old 's dream. I was skipping down the sidewalk, holding my mom’s hand when I noticed a weird man in the alleyway. “Want some free comics?” he begrudgingly asked, and being the idiotic 6 year old I was, I let go of my mother’s hand and ran towards him. At the moment I entered the alley, everything turned dark

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    to save someone when he could have got hurt too. Frederick Douglass was courageous when he escaped slavery and got his freedom back. Most of all a hero needs to be selfless and always put others first , before themselves. Although heroism involves being inspirational and brave, a hero also has to be responsible with what they are doing. Although, a hero needs to be brave and not fearful of what could come next because they are needed to influence others in our society. In the article, Love Triumphs

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    another. In the Arrow, Oliver Queen is kept hostage with his mom and his sister and Oliver is going to die to keep them alive. Oliver was trapped on an island for 5 years and learned all the acts of heroism and courage. Oliver’s family is lucky to have a hero in their family and so are Oliver’s closest friends. Heroism and courage went to the limits for Oliver but Oliver still continued. The act of courage and heroism takes place by Oliver Queen when Oliver almost died for his family, his best friend died

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    Everybody has heard of a hero and needs a hero in their life. From Clark Kent really being Superman to Paul in the new movie "Downsizing", there are everyman heroes to superheroes. In my eyes, I see my mother as a hero. She's not just a hero to me. She's a hero to plenty of people in her life. She's my personal hero because of her journey. That would categorize her as an everyman hero because she's relatable to everyman and woman. To illustrate her heroic journey, I would have to start at the beginning

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    My hero project is about Michael Faraday who discovered and wrote about several rules of induction. Without him, you might not have any electricity coming through the grid at all because he was the one who invented the gener. Michael Faraday was born into a family consisting of one brother and two sisters on September 22nd, 1791. Unfortunately, his family was rather poor. He received only basic formal education and at age 14 he got an apprenticeship from a local bookbinder and for the next seven

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    A multitude of people think of a person with superpowers when they think of a hero. However, a hero can be a regular person with a completely normal life. And while the definition for the word hero in the dictionary is someone who’s admired for their great deeds, bravery, or noble qualities; a hero is any person that do those things without being admired or even thanked. Some heroes that are rarely thanked for the things they do every day are police officers. Police officers go through life threatening

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    Civic Orientation Speech

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    Civic Orientation 2017- What does it mean to be a hero? Heroes- Sergeant Jamie Skalberg and Sergeant Carrie Introduction: A soldier doesn't fight because he hates what is in front of him he fights because he loves what he left behind. This is a quote written by G.K Chesterton. This is certainly a true quote. We have two local heroes from our community. These two heros believed just this. These two heroes are also featured on our Mills County Freedom Rock Located in Emerson Iowa. You have probably

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    Hero's Journey Analysis

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    The Hero’s Journey Reflection In this project, our group of four was tasked to create a story following the Hero’s Journey monomyth in the format of a comic. The project we were assigned had these following requirements: ten steps of the journey, four archetypes, a five minute presentation, and a digital format of the project. The comic itself had to be divided into two pages per person with four panels per page. The story took a sci-fi setting with the monomyth pattern and was focused around

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    Personal Essay Reflection

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    personal experience. A sentence that I feel used both personal experience and historical evidence was in my first paper, where I state: “If not hero had ever thought to allow women’s rights to education so long ago, I would never have written this essay in the first place.” This sentence, I felt, was a personal sentence yet still upheld my thesis. Another sentence I felt was well crafted was in my Odysseus essay, where I state: “Because we can shut our mouths when we want to beg. Because holding onto

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    Some people say that a hero is strong, tall, and have amazing super power. A real hero is someone that is selfless and never gives up. My grandpa is my hero because he has community, grit, and is caring. He worked at Koch Industries for about 40 years before he retired. My grandpa is my hero because of how well he shows community. When he visits he is always wanting to help around the house. He repairs and builds things for other people without a profit. Teaching others about the world and business

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