Not all Heroes Wear a Cape (不是所有的英雄都穿披風)

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Not all Heroes Wear a Cape

By: Jacobus DU PLESSIS (HSBC Prosperity Hall)
Image: privateislandparty.com

When I hear the word “hero” I invariably think of a gigantic green man or an iron-clad rocket-boot wearing robot, but that’s just silly. Everyday life is full of heroes and we too can join their ranks if we are brave enough.

What makes a hero?

A hero does not have to do extraordinary feats to be a hero, extraordinary acts of kindness and friendliness also make heroes. By becoming involved in the various charitable societies and organisations around CityU, such as the City Youth Empowerment Project and Project WeCan, or simply by being a helpful and caring human being to those that cross your path every day, you too can be a hero.

So go out there and make a change, be a hero (spandex and cape optional)!

不是所有的英雄都穿披風

文: Jacobus DU PLESSIS (滙豐業昕堂)
譯: 胡靖雅 (滙豐業昕堂)
圖: privateislandparty.com

當聽見「英雄」這個詞時,我總會不由自主地想起魁梧的綠巨人或是穿著金屬外衣踩著火箭噴射器的機器人,可是這樣很傻。我們的生活中從不缺少英雄,如果足夠勇敢,我們也可以加入英雄的行列。

是什麼造就了英雄?

要成為英雄不用獲得什麼特別的功勳,擁有善良友好的舉止也可以當英雄。投入於校園裡的慈善活動和組織,例如城青優權計劃和學校啟動計劃,或是做到樂於助人,關心那些在生命中與你相逢的人,你都可以成為一個英雄。

所以行動起來,做出改變吧(彈力褲和披風可以自備)!

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