Altruistic Behaviors In Forrest Gump Directed By George R. Martin

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Altruistic Behaviors “My own heroes are the dreamers, those men and women who tried to make the world a better place than when they found it, whether in small ways or great ones. Some succeeded, some failed, most had mixed results... but it is the effort that's heroic, as I see it. Win or lose, I admire those who fight the good fight,” George R.R. Martin. In the film “Forrest Gump,” directed by Robert Zemeckis, a fictional character goes through a long journey, while displaying a wide variety of heroic acts along the way. A hero is one in the position of weakness, who displays courage and the will of self-sacrifice for the greater good of all humanity. One of the many qualities Forrest demonstrates is altruism. His altruistic behavior leads to a sense of victory, along with an accomplishment of success in his future. Altruism is represented by Forrest Gump, Mahatma Gandhi, and my parents. The first time this quality was…show more content…
Altruism is all true, u always come before i. In order to build up this heroic quality, you have to place others before yourself. By doing so, you will definitely be recognized for your act of heroism and portrayal of selflessness and thoughtfulness. Also, parents will always be there for you and never leave your side. Even though they may get a little cranky at times, deep within they still love you. This altruistic behavior exhibits the wonderful joy another person could bring to you. Just as Forrest Gump and Mahatma Gandhi risked their entire lives for someone; parents do the same, but for you. Your smile brings them delight, and their help brings you happiness. This is a very satisfactory relationship, which can only blossom if altruism is present. Parents are genuine heroes who bring contentment to those who need it. Altruistic behaviors exist greatly in parents, whether they are with you or not doesn’t make a

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