The Virtues Of A Hero

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The Virtues Of A Hero

I, Juan Mirieth Auriel, somehow have been named hero this morning (January 13th, 2021)...

Though I never want to boast nor declare that I am a hero out of pride, I rather remain as modest and humble as ever...

I had a dream this morning. I had helped a physically disabled resident who cannot lift nor walk to deliver the multitude of packages to his house. I carried most of the packages for him at a time. The moment came unto me at last that I am declared a hero...

It is written: he who exalts himself will be humbled, yet he who humbles himself will be exalted. It is best for a hero to call himself a sinner as we are all sinners before our Innermost...

In the name of truth, no one is born a hero. A hero is born within a man due to his genuine love of humanity and his countless sacrifices unto others...

This right does not enter automatically within ourselves; this right to be a hero is only earned through deeds of goodness, including a genuine sacrifice, unto others. The right to be a hero is also measured by how much love you have been given by others as the result of your work...

It is not enough to say, “I am a hero.” You must prove yourself worthy of genuine love and sacrifice for others in order to be called a hero...

A hero is not good nor evil but beyond good and evil. Even a hero knows that the path to the Abyss is filled with very good intentions...

A hero himself is a protagonist unto those whom he has sacrificed and loved for others...

There is a woman who is also a protagonist; now, she is the one who sacrificed herself for genuine love for others. She is a heroine...

How blessed are the hero and heroine in romantic love, working together to sacrifice themselves for the love of others...

There is another type of hero which goes beyond that of a normal hero; he has magical powers within for the genuine love and sacrifice of others. He is a white magician; in the name of truth, he is a superhero. A woman who is also a white magician is also known as a superheroine...

There is an antithesis of a hero; it is he, a fallen hero, who eats the wrong fruit, thus turning himself to impurity. It is he who turns to wickedness and works for the flesh. In the name of truth, he is a villain.

When a heroine falls into impurity and works for the flesh, she is a villainess...

A villain himself calls others villains while believing himself to be a hero. Even a rightful hero or a heroine (even a superhero or a superheroine) can also be called a villain, and the one who is called a rightful hero or a heroine villain is himself a villain...

These fallen individuals, formerly heroes and heroines, are the true antagonists...

These antagonists are the ones who awaken evil for evil...

None of these antagonists are underestimated, for they have very sharp intellects...

Beware of their talent arts of sorcery and witchcraft! A villain who possesses these magical powers for sorcery and witchcraft is indeed a supervillain. Watch out for a sorceress! A villainess who possesses these magical powers for sorcery and witchcraft is a supervillainess. These super-antagonists are the most dangerous people alive...

The sorcerer's archenemy is indeed a white magician; yet, a white magician's archenemy is a sorcerer...

Now you know, my friend, the knowledge of a hero and a villain. No one is born a hero nor a villain. You will know them by their fruits. A fruit of goodness is a hero or a heroine. A fruit of impurity is a villain or a villainess. The right to be a hero is born within ourselves for the genuine love and sacrifice for others...

From:

https://juanmiriethauriel.writeas.com/the-virtues-of-a-hero