“We dream of hope. We dream of change. Of fire, of love, of death. And then it happens. The dream becomes real. And the answer to this quest, this need to solve life’s mysteries finally shows itself like the glowing light of a new dawn… So much struggle for meaning, for purpose. And in the end, we find it only in each other, our shared experience of the fantastic. And the mundane. The simple human need to find the kindred, to connect. And to know in our hearts… that we are not alone.”
I’m no longer much of a TV watcher, though I have been known to binge-watch on occasion. I am strongly considering canceling my cable package, leaving me alone with Netflix and Amazon Prime. Once I figure out what to do with baseball, college football and the NFL, I’d be set. Over the years, there have been a series of comedies (Seinfeld, the British Office, Cheers, Friends, How I Met Your Mother, Arrested Development), action/crime shows (24, Person of Interest, Alias), and drama (Lost) that I loved, the one show that had the most promise became the biggest disappointment. I loved season one of Heroes.
I loved it for the questions it would ask with each episode.
We all have the capability for good.
We all have the capability for great.
Indeed we can all be heroes.
Just for one day.
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ALWAYS BE EPIC.