Sacrifice - is the forfiture of something highly valued for the sake of one considered to have a greater value or claim. Determination - is a fixed intention or resolution; a firmness of purpose or resolve. Loyalty - is the feeling of allegiance or the act of binding oneself to a course of action. Courage - is that firmness of spirit and swell of soul which meets danger without fear. Dedication - is a selfless devotion; complete and whole hearted fidelity or the act of binding oneself to a course of action. Intrepidity - is firm, unshaken courage.
Valor - is courage exhibited in war, and can not be applied to single combats. Selfless - is the quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others and acting with less concern for yourself. Conviction - is a fixed or strong belief; a necessity of the mind or an unshakable belief. Focused - is the ability to direct one's energy toward a particular point or purpose; to concentrate one's energy. Gallantry - is adventurous courage, which courts danger with a high and cheerful spirit. Perseverance - is a persistent determination.
Fortitude - has often been styled "passive courage," and consists in the habit of encountering danger and enduring pain with a steadfast and unbroken spirit. Bravery - is daring and impetuous courage, like that of one who has the reward continually in view, and displays his courage in daring acts. So what are the characteristics of a hero?
A hero is willing to face his fears, and meet them head on. He or she is willing to make hard decisions, even when the likely outcome is grim. He’s committed to a notion of what is right or just, and has the determination to keep pushing forward no matter what.
An example of a courageous hero is Frodo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings. He’s determined to journey into the Dark Lord’s stronghold, because it’s the only way to save his homeland. Along the way he loses most of his companions, and things keep getting...