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  • His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He is full to the brim with compassion and boundless wisdom. He was forced into exile from his native Tibet by the Communist Chinese. Yet, he holds no grudge nor animosity towards China nor its government. His courage, demeanor, and joyful exhuberance for life are completely inspiring. I can't think of a single person on earth who comes close to his impeccable behavior and who can display such strength and love the way the current Dalai Lama lives his life.
  • my grandmother A:the best and kindest person you will ever meet! B: she has been through so much crap in her life, she just simply amazes me!
  • Jesus of Nazerath is my real life hero.
  • Not really, when you are homeschooled for 11 years of your life, and both of your parents work together and are gone all day, so you are left to fend for yourself with school, you don't have many heros. Hmm, maybe one day I will be someone elses hero to make up for the lack of my own lol.
  • My Grandfather - I loved everything he stood for
  • my dad because he is always there when i need him no matter what. my mum passed away when i was 17 and my bruv was 15 so hes had to struggle along on his own and always puts us first. i can talk to him about anything and know that he will listen.
  • Greg Norman, the former world number 1 golfer for several years and now a truly remarkable and successful businessman. I could learn so much from the guy.
  • MY grandmother who passed is my hero. I respect her so much and miss her dearly. she was always there for me and still is there for me in my heart and mind. Sounds kind of silly but I never forget her, shes my true hero and theres no one that can ever take her place. If you want intellect she had it, and she was compassionate, carin, sharing, intellectual, super, and very outgoing, and the best person to give advice. Thanks for letting me share this with you all.
  • I would choose Nelson Mandela To be locked away for most of your life and still to be able to forgive your oppresors. The transformation from White Rule in a peaceful manner (compared to other African Nations anyway) is a fantastic achievement. (FW De Clerk can take some of the credit too - but he was still the oppressor...).
  • My dad. He is honest, loyal and steadfast in his love for his family. He is constantly going out of his way to do things for others.. He was firm in my upbringing but gave me room to test my wings. I have never seen him be ugly to anyone and he is a very humble person. I hope to one day have even an ounce of his character.
  • My father.He used to get top mark in his schooling days.But I was just opposite to him.So My mother told him that your son won't become like you.But my father teached me,sitting late in the nights and I got the second rank in that exam.From then onwards i studied myself and reached the top step.Now my mother is not opening her mouth...hahaha
  • I admire people like Florence Nightingale who selfishly help others.
  • My real life hero is any man or woman who ever has, now does, or ever will wear the uniform of the United States Military. Tose brave mean and women are the true heros. They truly know the meaning of unconditional love. They put their lives on the line every single day for people they don't even know just to protect us from those who would want to harm us and take away our freedom. We all owe a very big debt of gratitude to those heros who have fought in the name of our freedom. Especiallly the ones who paid the price for our freedom with their very lives. I am very proud and honored to call the American soldier my hero. Here is a video I would like to dedicate to all those brave men and women who gave their lives for our freedom.
  • My hero is my mother. She raised two very difficult children, lives to a ripe old age with a more full life than I can hope to have, seems to weather every storm, and always sees the best in people. I hope I am at least half the person she is.
  • yep.. me, i am my own hero because i'm living my life.
  • My mother because as wrong as it is to come to this counrty as an illegal ailien, she made her life here in America with nothing but the clothing on her. To make a very long story short...she became a US citzen...owns many properties ...she has accomplished more in her life time then anyone I know. And she did this without any kind of education...she never had a chance in her country, but thanks to her hard work and motivation she succeeded in life. Mom your my hero and I love you.
  • My older brother. Always there, great role model, supporter of me when family was in crisis, my protector.
  • excellent question.........does everyone have a hero?
  • An old fella who works at the weekends at my work. He has been inspiratoinal to me so many times. He's also a great friend!
  • Tony. He's my automotive paint technician and best guy friend. He has never steered me in the wrong direction and it doesn't matter what he's doing. He will stop if I ever need a shoulder to cry on, and he's always caught me when I have fallen.
  • My mom was/is my hero. She was an amazing human being and the world is not the same without her. God rest her soul.
  • Liam Gallagher.
  • I actually have two. One is my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.He is my hero because he unselfishly gave his own life freely so that the price of mysins would be paid and I can return to his prescence one day. My 2nd hero is the American soldier. They bravely risk their lives every single day for many they don't know and will never meet just to be sure that qwe can continue to enjoy all the freedoms we have in this great Nation of ours.
  • He is my hero
  • prophet mohammad n mother teressa.5
  • Jason Becker...He is amazing!
  • My husband. Because he was in a very traumatic accident 5 1/2 years ago and nearly died because some of his bones were so shattered, after 20 surgeries and donor bone has fought hard to try to get back to where he once was; and never gives up even though he still can not walk unassisted he believes someday he will. BTW, if any of you are bone donors, someone will be as thankful to you someday as I am to the person who decided to donate his bones upon his passing so my husband could be a recipient.
  • Teddy Roosevelt was amazing person, one of the great Presidents of all time and possessed an incredible force of will that inspires me.
  • aaron johnson <3 good actor.. i love acting ovii
  • Too many to count really -- they're all over the place. In fact, it's difficult to read the newspaper every day without running across a new one, or four. There are decent people doing nice and heroic things that cost them a lot to help people who need it every single day. And that is not some Pollyanna-ish starry eyed sweetness and light statement -- it's a cold, hard, and really, really nice truth.
  • I would have to say my mom. She raised my sister and me by herself, providing food and shelter, clothes, and entertainment for use. She worked two jobs, put up with a lot, and tried to give us as normal of a life as we could have without our father. I hope i can be half the parent for my kids as she was for us.
  • my friend, im out of work and she'll help me with anything i need where i cant get help anywhere else
  • Jesus Christ

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