Hello, My Name is Tammy Le. and today I will be telling you what it takes to be a hero. A hero doesn’t have to be someone from a cartoon, a comic or a movie. Anyone can be a hero, including me. What does it take to be a hero? Being a hero takes a lot of courage, intelligence, and a selfless attitude.
A hero is unselfish, cares about others, and are idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. What makes Superman a hero is not that he has power, but that he has the wisdom and the maturity to use his power wisely.
When you act with courage, that means the ability to do something that frightens someone else. Rosa Parks acted with courage when she refused to give up her seat. She …show more content…
My Dad always tells me to work hard and do good in school, because when he was young, he never went to school. I appreciate everything my parents do for me and what they risk for me.
Every night, when my dad comes home from work, me and my brother always ask him 3 questions, how was work, how was your day, and how much money did you make, dad? He would always say how much he made and say that it was enough to buy us food and any supplies that we needed. When my dad was young, his hero was his mom because she was a widow mother who worked really hard to take care of my dad and his two brothers and sister. She had risked everything for her children just like my parents.
Heroes are also very selfless. Firefighters, soldiers, and policemen are just a few examples. There’s plenty of other examples of heroism. A selfless act doesn't have to be heroic, though. A shopper at a store who sees an elderly shopper assists them, or even just lets them in front of them at the checkout, could be seen as committing a selfless act. Holding the door for people going in and out of public buildings could very well be called a selfless act, seeing as it is nearly always a thankless gesture.
Therefore, I think that anyone can be a hero, Me, you, anyone! Thank