I don't have and still don't have hero's. To be honset i don't see the point i am who i am because of me not because i wanna be like someone else i wanna be me.
Hee hee thats just the way i think tho.
Yep who was your childhood hero and why and has that hero changed if so who is your hero and why
I myself have always had more then one they all have flaws and I look at there best qualitys but among all of them mine have always been real men Plato, Aristotle and Socrates I've always liked them they are among the greatest minds of man as for my others I'd have to say
Alexzander the Great ambison
Martan Luther King jr. equality for all
and Arucard calm even near death
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i agree with youOriginally Posted by SenseiGohan
I was not openly aware of any strong figure I looked up to in my childhood, it's only now when my mind is more open and I find my own interests. Now I have so many figures I admire, I couldn't even begin to list them all.
My answer for when I was younger would have just been any soldier.
But now I admire Alexander the Great, as well as Adam Brody since we both have a lot in common and he's on my fav show.
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Acctually, I don't think that I ever had one, or for the matter ever will have a hero in the way ment.
It seem that my cynical nature plays its role with the analytical side of me, seeing that there are very few people I think stand for something I, my self once can stand with...
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My childhood hero was my dad because I always looked up to him, but now I have no hero, I don't need a hero to look up to, I just live the way I feel is right,
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