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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Be a Super Hero!

Be a Super Hero.

Jimmy (my brother) and I have always loved super heroes as far back as I can remember.

We each had our favorites. We’d run around the backyard and the house with our favorite toy character. Mine was batman, this was before the (1989) Michael Keaton (Batman) and Jack Nicholson (Joker) movie was released. My brother’s favorite was Spiderman.

Watched a preview for a new Super Hero movie called “kick ass.” Regret it has that title because I provide services for children and wouldn’t take the children to see that movie with the language in it.

Here are a few lines from the preview:

How come nobody’s ever tried to become a super hero?

Well, I don’t know probably because it’s impossible.

Putting on a mask and helping people, how is that impossible?

Of course, I imagine it is illegal to wear a mask, but anyone can help others.

Saw a sign along the interstate somewhere that said “be a hero” and donate blood or donate to a certain charity or to do something. Can’t remember what it was advertising for, but I do know it was for “doing-good.”

Doing good is important to me (an idealist/ healer). I’m aware that not everyone has the same type of beliefs as the idealist/ healers do. Suppose it is my own Pygmalion project to encourage other people to become more altruistic and idealist. Imagine rationales can’t stand people like me, but not certain.

Who are real life super heroes today?

In the past, we’ve had Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Suppose the Tibetan monk, the Dalai Lama may be our real life hero today.

He may be the only person alive today who fulfills that type of role.

Decided I am going to be a Super Hero. Now I need a name. Super Danny?

Hah, reminds me of an art project a boy created in one of my expressive art groups. He drew himself as a comic. He had written a nickname that used part of his name after the word “Super.” I asked, why didn’t you use your real name? of course he said, “because I didn’t want to give away my real identify.”

Think it is best go do good deeds without attaching name to it. Putting a name on a good deed seems to be doing it for ulterior motives.

Anne Frank said, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” She is one of my personal heroes. She inspires me to go out and do good things.

Would like to invite you to do something good for someone else today.

And here is a youtube link for the preview to the movie, Kick ass, which, I’ll be going to see.

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