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Have you ever asked yourself the question-
Am I going to step up?
Stand up for what's right?
Stand up and do something?
To change your life and the lives around you for the better?
Can I become something greater than myself?
Can I be a Hero?
In an age where social interactions largely take place behind a screen,
personality is masked; individuality polyglot and distant.
Everyone likes to think they're special.
They like to think they say special things and feel special feelings.
But deep inside we are really all the same.
We face the same struggles together as neighbors in this world.
Understanding this, the root of heroism is found.
Caring for others.
In everything from daring acts of bravery to simple everyday kindness.
To care for all those beside you, without judgement or prejudice
is what it truly means to be a hero.
It is a fire, a love, that burns inside all of us
To protect and work with and cherish each other;
That with all the ills of humanity today, is slowly fading
In the world at large.
But this pure positivism will never die
regardless of its opposition.
And out of this feeling, this light,
a sound emerged.
A sound that was harness by the hands of five
Who would name their endeavor after the very
question they sought their audience to ask themselves
and Me, the Hero? was born-
A glorious revival and proclamation of positivism through rock and roll
and massive energy of heart.
Built on the foundations of charity and equality for all,
This sound will shake your soul and inspire a joy within you
That will remind you to never forget the happiness of being alive.
It will remind you that you only get each passing moment once,
And to live life to the fullest by caring for others.
It is more than a sound.
Its a movement.
It is more than entertainment.
It is a mirror.
It is more than a statement.
It is a warning.
And it is more than just collective hope.
It is a beacon.
For all who listen, look within yourself
Open your ears, close your eyes
and ask yourself:
Me, the Hero?