Born as a Hero

Born as a Hero

  • Submitted By: aaronupright
  • Date Submitted: 12/02/2008 12:16 PM
  • Category: English
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Aaron Upright
English Period One.

A. Departure:
My hero, is one that was born a hero. Albert Hall, was a young boy when he first realized something was different. He became to realize that people were talking to him, but with out moving lips. He was a mind reader, one of great traits. Albert became, depressed when he realized what people were saying. He begin to hide it, or in some way put it past him. Doing this Albert lived his life for many years, until his mother died, and Albert heard her specking to him. She told him that the doctors, made a serious mistake. They didn't try to save her, because they wanted to give her organs to people who really needed them. This made him go crazy, and he begin to use his powers to protect the ill. This begin to effect his mental state, to the point he was now sneaking around the city, looking for people who needed help.

B. Initiation:
Albert, begin to get confident with his powers and was now getting into deep. Many times he would over react on many issues, he had a hard time of understanding that people were just thinking. He really thought that everyone was out to get him. He begin to start to train his mind, to focus on voices of danger and not everyone's voice talking to him. He was slowly growing his skills, and danger was now something he was ready to face.

C. Return:
Albert felt as if his job was done, being a hero was his dream and he honestly felt like he did just that. Many times he thought about going back, but going back might start issues. He was becoming older, and less wiser with his decisions. Albert realized that returning would never be allowed, so he began a search to a young a mind. Doing this would allow the power to live on, and help people for times to come. Albert did what he was blessed to do, he helped many people with personal and mental issues that they had. He turned bad people into good, by just taking time to listen to what they had to say, and change the upcoming actions.

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