What does the word “hero” mean to you? Some people put great significance in the word ” hero”, others make it out to be a measly title given to those who do not deserve it. I think only some deserve the title and they have to work to obtain it and the work they do is not easy. Heroes can only be those with extraordinary bravery and courage with the will to help others.
One of my examples of heroes would be doctors. Doctors help all kinds of illnesses and problems with people, saving, or potentially saving their life. They also help find cures for deadly diseases and study and analyze blood for new types of diseases. Because they save peoples lives, prevent potential health risks and cure disease I consider doctors heroes.
Another example is the people that serve in the armed forces of the USA. I consider the people that serve in the American Armed forces heroes because they stand up to the terrorism and wars to defend this country and its people for the great or good. They also enlist and train more people to become people that serve for this country. They are heroes for saving, protecting, and keeping the people of the country safe.
My last example of a hero is a person rather than a job or profession, his name is George Washington. I consider George Washington a hero because he was the general he led the united states to win the revolutionary war, without his leadership the Americans might not have one the revolutionary war. He also helped invent guerrilla warfare, and his selflessness and his way to save others are admirable he said: “True friendship is a plant of slow growth, and must undergo and withstand the shocks of adversity before it is entitled to the appellation.” George Washington is a true hero.
To me, the word “hero” is very significant and not earned easily. I believe ordinary people with enough courage can become heroes overnight, But something great must be done to achieve it. I think the easiest way to earn the title “hero” is to do an extraordinary deed or act of kindness. “Hard times don’t create heroes. It is during the hard times when the ‘hero’ within us revealed.” – “Bob Riley.”