My how paper is centered around the identity of heroes in a society like ours .
How we define them based on what they do for the world. And I just wanted to see they are able to break away and stand out on their own really, ad makes themselves so memorable.
There’s a strength in vulnerability and in learning from mistakes.
Honesty is strength, and with honesty comes stronger relationships and trust.
I wanted to be the heroes that didn’t need any superpowers to change the world. However, the way they were made out to be, it was like their identity, who they were, was so extraordinary, weird, and perfect.
They were the ones that ignored the fear, the odd, and still succeeded. It was like they were this special individual that normal people could never hope to achieve.Recently, a little girl wrecked her bike in front of our house and the neighbor asked me if my dad could come out and help.After doing everything he could do medically, his next step wasn’t to go back inside, it wasn’t to wait for gratitude or praise, instead, out of everyone in the group, he was the one who thought to offer to walk the little girl’s bike home. He works to be the best at everything that he does.Thank you dad for being a teacher and an inspiration. Thank you for believing in me and for encouraging me to be the person that I want to be, even when it’s not exactly what you had in mind for me. I recently re-discovered a file from my “elementary school portfolio.” It had an essay entitled “My Dad, My Hero.” It was a fairly simplistic essay with little insight beyond my three reasons and a few sentences worth of explanation.Since I’d like to believe that my writing abilities have improved since then and my perspective expanded, I thought with Father’s Day here it was a good time to revisit the topic. I think perhaps one of the hardest things about growing up is realizing that your parents are not as infallible as you once believed they were.See, my dad doesn’t just help people while he’s at work.He doesn’t just provide assistance when there’s a paycheck attached to it.I'm going to talk about really how that is possible for all of us When I was little, I wanted to be a superhero.Not the ones that had x-ray vision, super speed, or the ability of flight.