Courage is a fireman running into a burning building or a doctor/nurse saving a patient or someone helping an abused animal or our military going to a country not knowing if they are coming back…
Let’s keep it real as to whom is a HERO and who is courageous…
I shared this on my Facebook page as a reminder to anyone out there of what real heroes look and act like.
yes…a hero and courageous…so many of the military and everyday people are (both)
wanted to resend what i was thinking…
Great photo. I’m not sure there is much difference though between what the subcaptions identify as a hero and the descriptions you list of those with courage. Does it make him a hero because he lost both legs? Some of the professionals you listed under courage have also lost limbs as well. Not saying there isn’t a difference between courageous and heroic – just not sure the examples express those differences. Firefighters and nurses also go into danger with no thought of their own safety – they may perhaps be the unsung heroes.
However all that being considered I believe our disabled and wounded vets are treated very shabbily here in this country and their benefits need to be adjusted greatly upward. Just my opinions.
Great post! I salute you as well for the reminder.