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Gaelin Masek
07-08-2003, 08:55 AM
DUTY vs. HEROISM

The concepts DUTY and HEROISM are both closely linked and yet separated by a great distance.

The word DUTY is defined as an act or a course of action that is required of one by position, social custom, or law. It is also defined as a MORAL OBLIGATION or the compulsion to meet such obligation.

Conversely, a HERO, by definition is one who is noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose; especially one who has risked or sacrificed one’s own life.

The questions of overcoming adversity and following the path of righteousness remain:

Are the efforts of the Rebellion merely the acts of doing one’s DUTY…or is it a collective of HEROES?

How does one go from merely doing his job to performing HEROIC acts?

…Or can a HEROIC act also be an act of DUTY?

Is HEROISM an ingrained quality or an acquired trait?

The Guardians aren’t heroes because they carry out the duties of the Rebellion…

THE GUARDIANS ARE HEROES BECAUSE THEY FIGHT FOR THOSE THAT CANNOT FIGHT FOR THEMSELVES.

Do your DUTY and join the Rebellion…

JOIN THE GUARDIANS AND BECOME A HERO.

If your looking to join a growing PA go by our website www.guardianhq.com and submit your application. Visit our forums and see for yourself that The Guardians are where you want to be.

For any further questions feel free to email Recruiting Officer Galin Masek at

subsequent_chill@hotmail.com

You can post any questions, comments, or concerns on our forums. One of our friendly members will be willing to respond to your questions.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Written by Niroe Stryker.

Galin Masek,
subsequent_chill@hotmail.com