“Everyone is necessarily the hero of his own life story.” ~John Barth
Being a Super Hero is a fantasy we each garner since childhood. We all want to have super powers that can make us stronger, faster and better than everyone else.
I still remember the first time I saw my first Superman movie, how my brothers and I would run around the whole house with bedsheets tied around our necks pretending to fly and demolish the bad guy.
As I have grown up, I still want to be the super hero. I still want super powers to save the whole world….and you know what, in my life’s simple story I already am.
As my little girl looks up to me and tries to emulate what I say and do, I feel like I am shaping the future-Super Mom Power, dont you think…
As I take care of my home, my life, my family, my world…I know noone else can take care of it better than me. I am the Super Hero here. I know I have the power to create amazing goodness in this world.
In my world, everyone has a super power. Everyone has a unique ability to create goodness and happiness.
This beautiful Sunday let me ask you-
What does being a Super Hero mean to you? What Super Powers do you possess?
The video below really touched me….on the topic of Super Heroes ofcourse. Its a beautiful conversation between a father and his little son. Watch it and share your thoughts in the comments below. Happy Sunday to all!
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With Immense Love & Gratitude,
Counseling Psychologist/Spiritual Counselor