How to Certainly be a Superhero

How to Be described as a Superhero

Superheroes are everywhere – classic comics, big budget movies, a number of media, and the like. E-zine says that writers can even become Superheroes. Another place they are often found is truly one of those blessed by the wisdom that only age can bring. You’re likely to be a Superhero!


It appears that Superheroes of your respective kind are invariably there if they are needed; by family, friends, community, or whomever. That individuals or groups are thankful for the information on these Superheroes, whose presence allows you offset lots of the hassles connected with surviving in the 21st-Century.

You will be a Superhero rather than know about it. So, here’s a quick (incomplete) checklist to find out if you’re playing the role of your Superhero, much to the silent applause that will, sometimes, be deafening.

Being reliable. People can trust that you come through when times are tough. You won’t need to be the band leader or somebody who helps to make the loudest noise. As Woody Allen observed, ‘Showing up is eighty percent of life’.

Being resilient. Too bad that resilient is now overused: it’s this type of great word. Superheroes are resilient to all or any the stuff some people direct to (and at) you: As Joseph Kennedy accustomed to say, ‘When the going gets tough, the hard get going’.

Being there. Family, friends, while others have learned to know through your actions you will be there when you find yourself needed. Whether it is taking care of the grandkids when they are unwell or being a friend to open up to, being there and being released are BIG deal.

Being compassionate. Showing compassion can be a paradox – this is not, it’s so simple. And Superheroes cope with the paradox, no problems at all. In the words of Thich Nhat Hanh, ‘This (compassion) is not just the will to alleviate the pain of one other person, though the power to do so’.

Being non-judgmental. The planet doesn’t require any more people who sit in judgement of others. We can easily learn heaps from your story from the Chinese peasant farmer who adopted this reply to his neighbour’s observations: ‘Good luck catastrophe, who knows?’
If you can say, ‘yes!’ to these five characteristics, require a bow. You’re clearly a Superhero, as well as the world needs many more individuals exactly like you. Take into account, however, by purchasing such great power comes great responsibility. The goal for all of us is to be the best Superhero we could be!


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