My Hero

"You don't have to have superpowers to be a hero."
Hiro Nakamura

Hiro Nakamura is my favorite "hero" on the HEROES series in USA.
Yes, we don't need superpowers to be a hero.
Just by trying to be dependable and reliable to someone else,
you can be a hero.

You can be a hero in your office with your technical abilities.
Everyone is looking for you when a database server is down,
some programming task needs to be done in a warp speed and deadline has to be meet, faster than a speeding bullet.
You may need not super power to be a hero in your office
but your super skills can win you the title of being a hero or employee of the month award.


Ordinary people are heroes on their own rights.
Every responsible fathers / mothers are already heroes to their children.
They serve as inspiration and someone to look up to by their children.
Ordinary people who performs their ordinary jobs are noble people.
Firemen, Teachers, Janitors, Policemen, Traffic aides, Street sweepers etc can be considered hero
by simply performing their everyday job. Serving people with clean hearts is such a noble deed
that most of the people who have the power(political) sometimes forgot
by their greediness to keep their power. Great power comes with great Responsibility.
Thanks to our friendly neighborhood Spiderman who made that nice line of words famous.
Too bad that politicians just ignore and greet it with a jeer.


As you can see me in the picture, I'm doing some barbecue in the middle of the day during the family day with the brethren.
They told me that I've done a great job on that day. Although, some of them I think was just kidding or
just trying to convince me to continue on doing more barbecue, I took their comments seriously.
I enjoyed doing the barbecue and I truly felt that I really did a great job on that day.

While I was doing the barbecue, suddenly I remember my father.
He was the one who taught me how to the efficiently prepare the coal and equally distribute the hot coal
across the meat being cooked. Yes, there is a technique. I remember when I was being scolded when
I did something wrong while doing the barbecue or some of the meat were burned.
I learned from those mistakes and I also learned how to barbecue from my father.
If my father have heard those praises on how I did the barbecue on that day,
I know my father would have been proud of me.
My father was not able to finish high school but I learned a lot from him.
He put me to college in spite that we are poor. Yes, a father is a hero to his child.


My Hero and my baby

It's much easier to see heroes to ordinary people than to the elite ones.
Poor people who are being treated as dirt by the rich ones.
Four years ago, I saw a man in the television who was a cook and a preacher who showed me
the light and the old path that I should walk on. He has been my hero since then.
He is a high-school undergraduate. But boy, you cannot fool him. A very intelligent man.
I believe that his knowledge is a God-given gift. Bro Eli Soriano answers all questions by using the bible.
He even engage in debates with different pastors which his adversaries cannot gainsay the doctrines of the bible (Luk 21:15).

Bro Eli Soriano is a modern day hero. He inspires many. He leads many people on following God.
There goes my hero, He's ordinary.
Ordinary man, Extraordinary preacher.

My Hero and me

Mr. Public Service. Bro Daniel Razon. A hero to many.
"I'd rather loss my everything than lose my God".
Boy, it's hard to find that kind of man in our time. You cannot put a good man down.
Just like Bro Eli Soriano, Bro Daniel Razon is full of conviction on their mission.
Extending their hands to the needy and doing all they can to spread the word of God all over the world.
This is not a joke. With numerous hours of religious programs on the television, radio, satellite and the internet,
they are really serious on saving people from the pits of hell.
Heroes are most of the time are being misjudged by the ones they are saving.
It's on the later part of the story people realize that the ones they are persecuting are the ones who are saving them.
I guess being a hero is not simple task. Being a hero requires a big heart.
There goes my hero, He's ordinary.
Ordinary man, Extraordinary preacher

My Hero and me

Foo Fighters have a cool song titled My Hero. The song is about ordinary people who are heroes.
The song rocks. Paramore covered the song and they did quite a pretty decent job on doing it.
Yes, heroes can be seen everywhere. They are ordinary.

My Hero

Too alarming now to talk about
Take your pictures down and shake it out
Truth or consequence, say it aloud
Use that evidence, race it around

There goes my hero
Watch him as he goes
There goes my hero
He's ordinary

Don't the best of them bleed it out
While the rest of them peter out
Truth or consequence, say it aloud
Use that evidence, race it around

There goes my hero
Watch him as he goes
There goes my hero
He's ordinary

Kudos my hero leaving all the best
You know my hero, the one that's on

There goes my hero
Watch him as he goes
There goes my hero
He's ordinary

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