Your Everyday Heroes – Motivational Stories & Inspirational Stories | Values.com

Your Everyday Heroes – Motivational Stories & Inspirational Stories | Values.com.

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  1. Everyday hero:
    On the 25th of Octobre 2014, in a Belgian train station, a mother moved away to go to the bathroom and left her little girl who then fell onto the train rails. The baby who was slepping in a stoller ( which had already moved a lot because of the wind), was suddenly projected onto the tracks. The girl, who was sleeping, was not awoken by the shock. But a train entered the station at the same momen. He was only 50 meters from the baby when Jeremy Key,a 19 year old young American man, jumped up onto the tracks. He saved the baby. Then Jeremy Key became a hero.

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    • Every day hero:
      On the 17th July 2013 an officer of the American army almost lost his life, actually that last one was suffering from an incurable heart disease. The officer had a dog named rex , he was trained to recognize the symptoms of his disease. One day the officer was suffering from his heart, the dog recognized that he was in pain and called the emergency by typing the number on a home phone .
      The call was silence but they sent a vehicle to save the officer .
      From that day the dog became a hero.

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  2. This question really got me thinking and suddenly I realized that the true hero in my life who inspires me everyday is my father. I never thought about this question before.I don’t really think about how hard he’s working everyday to bring me up, to make me happy and to push me to assure my future. He will always be there if I need him. He is kind of my source of inspiration, when I see him working or doing anything because he is always conscientious. I don’t always act like he does but I wish that one day I could be like him and I wish that one day I will my children’s hero.
    I look up to to all those mothers and fathers so incredibly much trying to keep their children alive in the areas of the world that are facing starvation, they are able to do everything in their power to make their children’s lives better.

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  3. My everyday hero is my dad. In my opinion , an everyday hero is someone who tries to excel in his daily life for a cause , as an example . That’s what my dad does everyday . He excels to make my family’s life and mine more comfortable . He does everything so I can go to one of the best schools in my city , have a good phone , and new clothes etc … He works to get money , and share all his money with us . He is always here for me . When I am sad , he guesses it and tries to make me feel better . He sits next to me , tries to know more about my life , my studies , my friends , my ambitions , my problems… and he is always here to remind me how much he loves me. My dad is my hero . He is a real hero! One day , we were at the beach with all my family. Then , we saw a little girl choking with a lollipop. He ran to her and turned her so that she could bring out the lollipop stuck in her throat. He saved her life. He also maintains mine. That is why my dad is my everyday hero.

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  4. She wakes up every day at 6:00, she has no time to rest. She’s a chauffer ( providing a taxi service all the time), a maid ( keeps the house spotless ), a chef ( cook meals that everybody likes ), a launderess ( does the laundry ), a banker ( lends money and does not expect to get it back ), a nurse ( heals cuts, scrapes & bruises ), a teacher ( teaches everyone new and interesting things ) and compensation ( NO PAY BUT LOTS OF LOVE AND KISSES ). She takes good care of others and look up to them than she cares about herself. She’s the best person I have ever seen. She’s my hero of everyday. She’s my MOM.

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  5. http://i.imgur.com/jVD0EoV.jpg ; I found this picture very inspiring,that’s just a black policeman doing his job by protecting a member of the KKK. It also remind us that no matter what you believe in or what you fight for , it doesn’t justify violence. And also that “revenge” or “justice” are not valid arguments in a court .

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  6. I guess that my everyday hero is going to be my brother. You may ask me why. It’s very simple. He was there for the better and for the worse, helping me with anything, defending me and always ready to entertain me. It might look trivial for you, but for me it’s a big thing. Using his free time to teach me cool stuffs (even tho sometimes it was more weird than cool).
    So if i had to choose someone to be my hero, it’d definitely be my brother.

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  7. Australian rescuers found a 2-year-old child, Dante Berry, in the middle of the Australian bush four kilometers from the family house. The first-aid workers had the surprise of discovering to the side of the child the dog of the family, Dasher. The German shepherd stayed in near Dante for almost 14 hours. For this reason I can say that a hero can also be your pet, or even someone you don’t even know that will maybe save your life in a certain way.

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  8. To me a hero is someone who saves lives and that makes me think about medical doctors. Becoming a doctor is a major task and then after all these years of studies you face very hard working days and night shifts . Everyday you see sick people that put all their hopes in your abilities and you still have the energy to go on . It must be a wonderful feeling to discharge someone from the hospital who has become sick and is now healed . Some people call the medical doctors “gods in white” , I call them the heroes in white .

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  9. He doesn’t have superpowers, he just protects me with his own means. He made sacrifices for some people who had insurmountable obstacles. He has always been there when it wasn’t going well. Maybe the hardest times were when he wasn’t there. He always advises well, and has something interesting to tell me.

    When I listen to him, I realize that I will never have his life. I will never have the guts to go alone by boat at 17 years old and discover the world like he did.

    He has always had the strength to move forward after lots of hard times in his life. I admire him.
    He also does everything for me, so that I have a comfortable life, and for my mother too. He gives us everything he need.

    He does all these things for me to succeed, he supports me on my projects, he pushes me to do sports. We share many things I like to do. But he has 2 qualities that I admire especially: his sincerity, and the way he loves to live.

    My father…. my hero. I would like to give him back all that he gave for me, unfortunately I think I never could.

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  10. One day, in Italy, two boys were taking a bike ride in the forest when suddenly a snake attacked them. The snack bit one of the two boys but fortunately the other one’s mother was a pharmacist so he knew some basic things to do when this kind of emergency showed up! He tied a piece of fabric above the snake bite after he carried his friend to the closest hospital, he saved his life! I think he has been really efficient and brave. I think we can qualify this kind of person as an everyday hero.

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  11. We all have a favorite hero. My hero, I love her, I pretend to be her, I dress like her, and even I talk like her, I can’t imagine my life without her.
    My hero don’t need a superpower or a cape to make me smile or to make my dreams come true. She brought me to life, and takes care of me. She wakes up every day at 6h00 to prepare my breakfast and takes me to school, and takes me back at the end of the day. She plays all the roles, cook, doctor, teacher, educator… She spent nights awake when I was sick.
    She fights for me, for my happiness, and for my future, she is always there for me whenever I need something, she always fulfills my wishes. She makes me smile and happy, she has the hardest work without income, and she accomplished it with joy and pride, she accomplished heroic acts with a willing mind, and a willing heart and a lot of courage.

    My hero without hesitation is my mother, the women of my life. She has proven that an ordinary person can achieve extraordinary feats and make a difference in the lives of others.

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  12. One day, I was at the hospital to see my grandmother because she was sick. I was waiting in the waiting room, there was a pregnant woman sitting next to me, we started talking. Suddenly she began screaming and crying , I realized that she was about to give birth, I was afraid because I did not know what to do in front of this situation. I ran in the corridors looking for help: a nurse or whoever who could save the life of this woman. But there was nobody, we had to wait for the arrival of the doctor and it was impossible: the woman was about to die. Luckily, we found somebody who could save her: it was a patient! Finally Everything took place and the woman gave birth to a girl. How wonderful!

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  13. in my opinion , everybody can be an every day hero , it only depends on us , on our vision . A simple gesture can make us a super hero in the eyes of others . You don’t have to do some things that are inhuman to be a hero. Helping or making someone’s life better can make you a hero, it’s not required to fly like superman to save someone from death or anything like that . Providing clothes, food, money , for example , to the poor can make their life better and make you a hero. In addition, some simple reflexes can also make you an everyday hero, such as helping an elderly person in every day life on the street ….
    Without forgetting the true heroes ,that aim to save us that maybe we dont notice, but for example firefighters put their lives in danger to save ours or doctors who save the lives of their patients.
    Finally, we can be heroes of everyday life, changing , avoiding the misfortunes becoming a better person , can improve our own lives .We can also become the heroes of our children, wishing them the best and doing our best for them. That is why our parents are our parents and our heros in the same time.

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  14. It was a Sunday evening when Boyce Coleman, a tattoo artist, parked his bike and rushed into a river without hesitation to save a 6-year old, Stephan Jones. The poor boy had wandered away from a barbecue party and ended up falling into the river. The currents of the river where so strong that after getting the boy to land Mr. Coleman had drained all his energy. He disappeared under the water and unfortunately was found dead an hour later. This man reminds us how being an everyday hero sometimes involves putting everything on the line for another person. Would you risk your life for a anonymous person in distress?

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  15. When I was 2 years old, I poured a cup of warm tea over my chest. So, I shouted as loud as I could and my father came, took me to the bathroom and put very cold water on my chest to save me. I think this action saved me. Today, I just have a little scar over my chest and if my father had not intervened, I think this accident would have been worse than this.

    My father is a doctor and he saves lives so in my opinion he is a hero because he helps people every day and he is a very brave and courageous man. When I grow up, I want to be like him.

    Othman ;))

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  16. The value of someone does not wait for age, Avertie Carrion, a small 4-year-old American, did not hesitate a single second to defy the cold and the snow of Iowa to help his(her) family. It was on Sunday, at about 7:00 am, a morning important for the United States…. She became a hero.

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  17. So often when people think of what a hero is, they think of fictional characters like Batman, Superman, the Xmen, etc etc. People who help in a crisis and are out there to save the world and make it a better place. To me, a hero is someone who makes a difference day to day in the lives of multiple people, or even just one person. A hero is someone who can be counted on, and is respected. A hero is someone who is trustworthy and who is there to listen to someone who is having problems and give advice when asked. A hero may not make noticeable differences in the world, but what a hero does do is make differences in the lives of those around them, and do it solely because they care and not for what they could potentially gain from it. An every day person can be a hero, even if it is just to one person.

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  18. Only 11% of Maasai girls in Kenya finish primary school, according to the government
    Kakenya Ntaiya is trying to change the culture and empower girls there.

    For generations, the female circumcision was a rite of passage for every Maasai girl, some as young as 10; soon afterward, they would marry and drop out of school.

    The procedure is commonly based on religious and cultural beliefs.
    Despite free primary education being mandated 10 years ago by the Kenyan government, educating girls is still not a priority for the Maasai culture. According to the Kenyan government, only 11% of Maasai girls in Kenya finish primary school.
    It means the end of their dreams of whatever they want to become in life.

    Ntaiya excelled in high school and earned a college scholarship in the United States. Her community held a fundraiser to raise money for her airfare, and in exchange, she promised to return and help the village.

    Over the next decade, Ntaiya would earn her degree, a job at the United Nations and eventually a doctorate in education. But she never forgot the promise she made to her village.
    In 2009, she opened the first primary school for girls in her village. Today, Ntaiya is helping more than 150 girls receive the education and opportunities that she had to sacrifice so much to attain.
    In my opinion this woman is a hero because she is trying to change woman’s conditions in Kenya , she brings hope to every little girl.

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