An Essay On A Hero

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This simple act of thoughtfulness and kindness was a reminder to me that helping isn’t just about what you know, it’s about what you can do. I’ve watched him prove time and time again that learning doesn’t stop after you graduate college.Even though he has worked in his field for over 20 years, it’s not uncommon to see him studying or practicing with his continuing education.There’s a strength in vulnerability and in learning from mistakes.

This simple act of thoughtfulness and kindness was a reminder to me that helping isn’t just about what you know, it’s about what you can do. I’ve watched him prove time and time again that learning doesn’t stop after you graduate college.Even though he has worked in his field for over 20 years, it’s not uncommon to see him studying or practicing with his continuing education.There’s a strength in vulnerability and in learning from mistakes.

How we identify people as heroes, is by how they possess all the qualities that we associate as only good people or the strong contain. And what makes them a hero is that in their worst moment with all of these negative qualities, they still attempt to do what is right for our community.

Andrew Solomon did a Ted talk on “How the worst moments in our lives make us who we are” and he said that “You need to take the traumas and make them part of who you've come to be, and you need to fold the worst events of your life into a narrative of triumph, evincing a better self in response to things that hurt.” We learn from experience.

Learning shouldn’t stop just because you’ve graduated.

My dad is a smart man and if he doesn’t know everything it reminds me that I certainly don’t.

There are common theme that show that a true hero is one that is very generous, helpful, kind, loving, etc.

But these characteristics are what we all posses, We are always good the same way we can have our bad days.

The next thing I’ve grown to admire about my father is his humility.

In elementary school when I wrote my essay, I admired that he was a doctor and that he could help save lives.

With perfect as an impossible standard, I think one of the most “heroic” things I’ve seen my dad do is own up to his mistakes.

I’d imagine that there is a lot of pressure that goes into being a father and confessing to mistakes may not help the ideal image a father wants to maintain, but I think it’s important.

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