Who Is Your Hero?

Almost everyone has a hero that they admire and want to emulate. Most times these people are politicians or celebrities we see on TV. Other times, heros are our family members or even those people that we read about in books that we look up to. Based on these questions, who is your hero?

Question 1/10

What do you consider to be the most important achievement?
Acheiving world peace
Eliminating homelessness
Eliminating hunger
Technology Advancement
Equal rights
None of these

Question 2/10

Who do you have the most respect for?
Equal rights activists
People that achieve their goals
People that overcome adversity
The strong women in my family
None of these

Question 3/10

Which era is your favorite?
The era that we're in now
The 60s
The 20s
The 70s and 80s
None of these

Question 4/10

What issues are most important to you?
Equal Rights
Achieving world peace
Obtaining free public wi-fi
Free education
None of these

Question 5/10

What would you rather?
Free education
Everyone to be healthy
Everyone to be equal
Everyone to have the same opportunities
None of these

Question 6/10

What would you do if you saw something that was unfair?
I would speak up about it
I would ignore it
I would blog about it
Not sure

Question 7/10

What is your favorite thing to do?
Spend time with family and friends
Help those in need
Be on my iPhone

Question 8/10

If you were a genie, which wish would you grant?
To live forever
World peace
For everyone to be equal
To have endless money
None of these

Question 9/10

What is your favorite quote?
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that."
"Whoever is happy will make others happy too."
"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart."
"My favorite things in life don't cost any money. It's really clear that the most precious resource we all have is time."
“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”

Question 10/10

If you had one wish, what would it be?
World peace
Unlimited money
Lifetime supply of Apple products
To be smart and kind
Your family member is your hero! They did something that you are really proud of and you wouldn't trade them for the world. You're lucky to have this family member around as you wish that you could learn a thing or two from them.

A Family Member

Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the most popular civil rights activists in US history. He paved the way for equality for African-Americans. He died fighting for equal rights and led many peaceful marches to make a stand. You probably admire him because of his fight for equality. Martin Luther King Jr. is your hero!

Martin Luther King Jr.

Anne Frank was forced to go into hiding during the holocaust and wrote about her experiences in her diary, "The Diary of Anne Frank." Even though she was only 15 years old when she died, her fight and tenacity gives people of all backgrounds hope and courage to keep going. Her documented experiences allowed readers to see what it was like during that awful time. Your hero is Anne Frank.

Anne Frank

Helen Keller was a deaf-blind individual who was the first deaf-blind person to graduate with her Bachelors of Arts degree. She certainly is one to be admired as she never gave up despite her situation. Your hero is Helen Keller!

Helen Keller

Steve Jobs is the genius behind Apple products. He has made technology into what it is today. Without him, there would be no iPhone or iMac. He is certainly one to be admired as he died with the advancement of technology on the forefront of his mind. Steve Jobs is your hero!

Steve Jobs