My daughter I regard as my hero. She is my inspirations that help keep my life going for the past 12 years as my journey single mum parenthood. She is autism.Being with her taught me to cope with challenging of life..Throughout with her..is the most best moments of my life..n I love my child much.
Mr R. Velayutham (1935), Pa our super hero. He is a Vigilante Corp from 1964-1981. He received many awards from our MPs. His treasure "Pingat Bakti Setia" medals. He has worked tirelessly all his life and has incredible experiences. My mum is Mrs Kangeammal. Love them.
My Grandma, who've displayed how love can be thicker than blood.
by Blanche zephyrin tan yan ling
My mom was adopted into a large family since she was a baby by my granny, now happily 100 years old. Growing up, granny has always treated me as one of her own, like her other grandchildren, she has shown me how family need not be blood related. Here's to the greatest granny in the world, thank you.
My older sister works in the hospital. She told me everytime she had a new patients, she had to take care and tolerate the patients. Being a Nurse wasn't easy, my sister told me. But she was happy to become a nurse and taking care of the sick people. she said it felt like a hero, being able to save anyone.
When we hear the word “hero,” it usually brings up images of super men (or women) with super powers, sweeping in and saving humanity from villains and natural disasters, but when I hear that word, in my mind’s eye, I see my father. The word “hero” to me is full of subtleties, small, quiet, stable.
A complete stranger was made my hero the day he selflessly helped me. I was stuck in a bus stop under a heavy rain and my little brother needed me back at home urgently. I couldn’t dash my way back home as it is quite a distance away and I have my homework with me. Probably I was giving off a very distressed look as unexpectedly a young boy came up to me and offered me his rain coat. Even though I rejected him countless of time, the young boy insisted. This young boy inspired me to do good even though he is so young and has been my driving motivation to do good.
I have an elder sister that has hearing disability. Learning is hard for her and she is poor at studying due to her inability. Despite all that, she has a kind heart and cares for her family. When I am sick, she will make ginger tea to make me feel better, or make sure that I am well-fed by cooking tasty food. I am grateful to have such a sister and I love her very much.
Working under LT Kai was a tough but rewarding experience, as he demanded the utmost discipline and highest quality of work. It was tough to adapt and get along with him, but after leaving the force and going out into real life showed me how his trainings has helped condition me to take on whatever challenges i faced out there.
My aunty is a housewife for many years. She used to be a hair stylist below my block. One day while walking around her neighborhood. She realized that the poorer old folks didn't have money to trim their hair, so she decided that if they are willing. She is more than happy to cut for free. She has been cutting ever since for more than 10 years
My sister in law is my hero. She is magnanimous and strong. When my brother got into trouble with the law, we also found out about his affair with a beer hostess. All of us felt angry and embarrassed by my brother's actions. As heartbroken as she is, my sister in law stayed by my brother and forgave him for the sake of their 3 kids. She could have divorced him, I know I will. As a woman, I won't be able to accept that my husband had an affair. However, Angel decided to give my brother a second chance. She took on both parenting roles for the 3 kids during his absence, and worked hard to support them. Given the same situation, I don't think I will be able to be like her.