Ki Suk Han was trying to get up to the platform to avoid his certain death. Where was everyone else?
For some reason, I am often asked why anyone would want to be a hero. It seems a strange question, but I have the answer. There are three reasons:
The next time you see someone in need, just remember there might be others who are just waiting for your lead.
Panicing can lead to misjudgment of the gravity of a situation. Panicing can create a paralysis.
Humility is one of the cornerstones of the hero. If someone declares themself a hero, you can rest assured that they’re not.
- A Pride of Heroes October 14, 2010
- The Golden Ratio of Heroism April 21, 2011
- Your Round Table December 21, 2010
- Greg Mortenson Used To Be My Hero April 18, 2011
- The Hero’s Journey October 6, 2010
- Where Were The Heroes On That New York Subway Platform? December 5, 2012
- Who Wants to be a Hero? January 4, 2012
- How to Crush the Bystander Effect September 15, 2011
- A Hero Never Panics September 4, 2011
- The Humble Hero Problem August 2, 2011