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So You Still Want to be a Hero?

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March to Your Own Beat

It isn’t easy being a Hero.

People just don’t understand you. Why are you going so far out of your way to help? Where’s the profit motive? Why are you wasting your time with them?

People don’t trust you. Why are you doing this? What’s in it for you? No one is that good.

It’s hard to keep a heroic attitude when you are questioned and criticized for the things you are trying to do.

That’s why we all need a School for Heroes. We need the support and the understanding of other people who know just how hard it is to be heroic. Everyone at this school will stand beside you and cheer you on your way. These are your friends, your peers, and your fellow heroes.

So every day, march to your own beat. Hold your head up high and ignore the criticisms and jeers of fools and detractors. You are marching to the heartbeat of Heroism.

Ars Heroica

Ars HeroicaNext week, we will be publishing another edition of Ars Heroica, the magazine written by other heroes just like you. This is where we share the trials and tribulations of being a Hero. We give advice and encouragement to our fellow students.

Do you have something you know will help other people be heroes? Perhaps there is a noble cause (like helping to rebuild Haiti) in which you believe strongly? What better place than the Ars Heroica and the School for Heroes will you find other people to rally to your worthy endeavor?

I encourage you all to contribute to our magazine. Leave a comment. Write an article. Encourage others on their heroic march.

Writing, like heroism, isn’t easy. But someone’s got to do it. Why not you?

March onward!


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