“Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant.” What the Roman poet Horace was saying was that when there is an obstacle in our way, our true colors will radiate. I could not agree more. When we as human beings feel passionate about achieving a goal, we may learn something new of ourselves, maybe a new trait that we did not know we possessed, when we reach new heights we did not know we could push ourselves towards. Challenges are similar to tests. Challenges are faced every day, but how we respond to them determines how strong we really are. Prime examples are superheroes and students that move dramatically.
Superheroes know the difference between right and wrong. The whole point of having a superhero is because there is a villain to face, an adversity. There can be no good without evil. If there is nothing to fight for, nobody will reach a new potential to fight for it. Whenever a villain is attempting to impose a reign of terror amongst a population, the superhero steps in and gives it his all to ensure the safety of the people. They are constantly proving who they are and what they stand for. If superheroes were real, they would be a definite figure to look up to considering how much adversity steps in their path, and how they show no fear and they would give their lives for the sake of people. If you think about it, what made them want to be a hero in the first place? There had to be some form of evil, some adversity, which made them want to be the ones to save everyone else. Super villains further prove this point because they also have great power, do they not? Who knows what set them off wanting power and destruction, but something we aware of is that their adversities are our heroes. Our heroes stand in their way, so the villains are constantly coming back for more, always trying to prove themselves superior. Their characters, their entities, always build off of each other. For heroes and...
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