Heroes aren t born they re made

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heroes aren t born they re made

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Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal which is worthwhile. Share this quote:. Like Quote.

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In a recent article published in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor and researcher Ari Kohen and his colleagues examine some of the common traits among those who take heroic action on behalf of others. ARI KOHEN: It's too often the case people think they can't stand up and stand out, do the right thing, be helpful, and that it's something only extraordinary people do. My sense and the sense of my co-authors is this is a learned behavior rather than behavior that you're born with. When we look at stories about people who have assisted others, what we notice over and over again is these are ordinary people who have done extraordinary things. That's the kind of message I think we want to keep emphasizing. His latest article examines commonalities among heroes. Courtesy photo.

A salesman rang the doorbell at a rather fine suburban home, and the door was answered by a nine-year-old boy who was puffing on a long black cigar! So do we all. And in the process we get an awful lot of things wrong, before we get them right. The two heroes we celebrate on the feast of Saints Peter and Paul are perfect examples of that. Year in and year out, he talked first and thought later. He promised undying loyalty to Jesus and within hours denied he even knew him. He was on the wrong side of the debate about whether to let non-Jews become Christians!


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