Heroes of society
Heroes are important in life we've always had them and always will. They're our role models, we attempt to be resembling them. Society looks up to these heroes for many reasons, it could be that they're cool or have style, because they could fly or have supernatural powers, because of the way they make a person feel, the confidence they have, or even because a majority likes him and wants to be him a person may want to go with the flow.
All heroes in society have similarities to each other. All heroes put other people or objects before themselves. They might go through many things like humiliation, inopportunity, poverty or many other things they might undergo or give up. Heroes have similarities but also differences, some heroes could be nonhuman, or fictitious , religious, or with super powers. They range going from anything like Ninja Turtles to a powerful savior as Jesus.
Since we've had heroes and idols since we were children, our aspect of them changes as we mature. A hero shifts from a very fictitious character to an everyday person in the real world. Children fall into the idea that heroes are only heroes if they have superpowers, can fly or Villafana, 2
something of that sort. But it's because that's the idea that's given to them and admire. As our minds mature we realize the superpowers aren't only supernatural, but can be everyday activities people do for a living; patrolling the streets, fighting crime, saving peoples in house fires, helping a student when they need an extra push etc.
Only people that have the maturity to understand what a true real life hero is consider a wide range of people as heroes; Firefighters, police, parents, teachers and even students that stay out of gangs and in school can be considered as heroes. Firefighters and police put their peers before them, Parents that love their children no matter what type of kid he is, teachers that will do things they're not...
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