General definition of heroism:
A hero is an everyday person that can change the world. Usually people think of heroes as people who fight crime in movies or comic books, but those people don’t exist in the real world.
What Makes A Hero?
In our world, anybody can be a hero like police officers, firefighters, doctors, or people you walk by on the streets.
A hero is not someone that hurts another person or does bad things, but they help people. A hero doesn’t always fight crime or always have an opposition. They don’t even have to work with people; they could be designing a product that helps many people.
An example of a hero that doesn’t have an opposition would be helping someone else. Someone could be struggling with their schoolwork. Another person can notice that and help them understand the work. That person could be called a hero because another person is having an easier time with their work.
An example of a hero that doesn’t necessarily work with people could be people who invent things. The person that invented the wheelchair is a hero because he has helped millions of people in the world. Without the wheelchair people who cannot walk would not be able to move around as easily. This person is a hero to people all around the world.
A hero is an everyday person who can change the world for the better. It could be simple like helping one person out or by helping millions.