Throughout life a person experiences many obstacles, challenges, and hardships; sometime we face them alone, afraid, and at times confused. However, there always seems to be one individual that we seek for guidance, for inspiration, or to simply to save us from our troubles. To some they are know as heroes, but to me they are known as my mom and dad, they were always by my side in any situation I was in and they always kept their best interest at heart.
No matter where I was in school, my parents were always behind me. Most noticeably in my high school career; my mother and father always push me to my limits to achieve better, but that’s just the surface they always had time to listen to my problems no matter how minuet or massive these situations where. My dad always shared a time in his past where he surpassed a scene similar to mine; my mother with endless wisdom, giving me advice and a similar story to enlighten my path. Their stories no matter how sad or happy always inspires me to become more and take this opportunity in this in to study and make something of my life.
These heroes of mine may not be the fairest or the coolest, but they are to me; they were always try to protect me no matter what. And my parents always help me in my time of needed even when they have things to do themselves.
When most people think of a hero they think of their favorite actor or athlete. Some think of relatives or friends, and I cannot think of one person. It seems that in my life, every person I have come in contact with has left an impression on me. My family, my teachers or that random stranger that smiles at me as I walk down the street, they all leave an impact. To most people, a hero is someone who leaves an impact on them. Would it be safe to say that everyone is a hero to me? My parents are my hero’s, they taught me everything and raised me to be the person I am today.
When one thinks of heroes, names such as Ghandi, Martin Luther King, and...
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