Famous Adventurer Here.
Once again, I have the honor to introduce you to some of the best writers this School for Heroes has. These people have the willingness to speak their own mind and reveal their thoughts and feelings. When they believe in something – they do something about that belief. They share it.
Wannabe heroes and True Heroes all share visions of the way the world should be better. Wannabe heroes think about it a lot and really want to do some thing about it. True Heroes put their thoughts into actions.
These writers are doing something right now. They are sharing their beliefs and encouraging you to share your own. Think about what they are saying. Think about what you could be doing to be a hero. Then – do it. We can all be True Heroes.
Way of the Warrior
July is the Month of the Warrior. Here, we salute those stalwart soldiers who march with us on their heroic mission. Warriors are the leaders, coaches, and drill instructors who bid us to follow the banners of Truth, Justice, and Righteousness. Captain MacGillicuddy leads off by telling us what the Way of the Warrior is all about. Next, our Corporal Nicholas talks about his own life and what he believes in.
Warriors lead by example. We would all learn a lot by following them.
This issue has other very interesting articles to stimulate your thoughts and extol you to action. Our intrepid reporter Joseph Howse takes on the important subject of ecological disaster on our very home island with his interview with Dr. Cornelia Platz, heroicist. The ever-interesting Pseudo discusses respect and emotions. RUSM talks about the woeful economy of your world and what can be done about it. The cunning Khalon talks about the simple things everyone can do to make a heroic difference.
I’m sure you will all enjoy these articles as much as I have. I also hope that they will inspire you to write your own opinions and comments. And perhaps, for the next issue of Ars Heroica, we will read your own article as you join the ranks of the True Heroes.
Remember – Wannabes dream, Heroes Do.