Daily Dose of Froglogic - 31 July 15 The future doesn't belong to you. It belongs to the next generations. The children, the kids, the young adults who will pass your legacy on. What mark are you leaving on them? OOUUTT #Froglogic
Draco a Hero... There’s a small moment in a movie (which doesn’t take place in the book) where Draco looks around a busy bookstore to make sure nobody’s watching and then rips a page from a book. The moment seems deliberate, if brief, and takes place not long before Hermione Granger is found with a torn piece of paper in her newly-petrified hand thanks to the basiliks who had been terrorizing the students. It was that piece of torn paper that was a clue Harry and Ron needed.
This old man can show you what it’s like to be a hero. He doesn’t have much, but he possesses compassion that is more valuable than any pile of gold. When you see what the 99 year-old does every day, you’ll realize that superheroes are real. They just aren’t who you think they are.
Neville, who is a hero and a marvel and wonderful, brave man, fostering that same bravery and goodness in every one of his students, fighting to help them become the absolute best people they can be regardless of academic talent or world-saving ability. - Neville Longbttom:
One of the (several thousand) things I love about Tony is that he is a human being who chose to be a hero. He knows it is risky. He knows it will hurt. He does it anyways. So many of the others were born into heroics, or spider-bitten into heroics, or brainwashed/forced into it. Tony CHOSE it. And to me, that's a huge part of what makes him a hero.
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Mary Seacole was a Jamaican nurse who risked her own life to treat the wounded in the Crimean War. As Mary was black, Florence Nightingale turned her away several times, so she set up her own 'British Hotel' and worked round the clock to nurse the soldiers. Often she would go out into the field to treat them too. A remarkable woman who is, at last, getting some recognition for her hard and dangerous work.
Met with those chosen to oppose his destiny, a prideful warlock king relives the faces of the children he once afflicted with dread. Striving to sever the chains of fate he'd begun to somberly accept; a last stand begets his final gambit. History is written by the winners... unless it's not written at all.