Washington is not the first place most people expect to find heroism these days, but this year the White House has been full of true heroes. While few of us are called to rush into oncoming bullets, we make choices every day about whether to act heroically or ordinarily.
Instead, I'm referring to a series of ceremonies this year in which an unusually large number of U. He's right, but we can also find similarities in their stories, and inspiration.
However, a heroic leader does so without any expectation of payback.: During the Korean War, an army private named Leonard Kravitz (the uncle and namesake of singer Lenny Kravitz) voluntarily stayed behind to cover the retreat of other soldiers in his unit.
Remaining as the last line of defense saved his entire platoon, but it also cost him his life on March 7, 1951.
For example, when I could not make a decision and choose Success comes from hard work, energy, dedication, and a support system.
My mother is one of my biggest support systems and examples.However, Rodela was also known for having taken in a 12-year-old Cambodian orphan his unit had found living alone.Rodela made plans to adopt the boy and bring him back to his family in the United States, although the boy unfortunately was later killed when he stepped on a mine."That incident was the hardest he faced during his service in Vietnam," according to an official Army report, adding that Rodela still cries when he remembers the boy.During my first semester at college, my goal was to earn an A as a grade in my Anatomy and Physiology class for multiple reasons.One reason was because I strive for great grades, and after I received a grade I was not happy with, my mother was there to boost up my morale and to encourage me to try different studying methods that would be beneficial in the course.Courage and bravery leap to mind first when we think of heroism.It's difficult to achieve anything truly heroic unless you're up against daunting odds.The question isn't whether we agree with all of the moral choices a hero makes—with a traditional hero, we'll agree with their choices; antiheroes, we won't. All the fun stuff is in the middle, because that's where the most internal conflict and drama lives.Put a traditional hero in any given situation, and you can usually predict how they'll react.In conclusion, I have been influenced by my mother to do well in not only school, but in life.Of all the different kinds of heroes and villains, it's the ones with moral ambiguity that offer the most for audiences to chew on.