When You Answer the Heroes’ Journey Questions, You Become More Self-Aware and Positive

Watch this video that lists the Heroes’Journey questions from a woman’s perspective!

Watch this video that lists the Heroes’Journey questions from a man’s perspective!

Do you know why you are here, your unique mission in life, and your options for the future? When you answer even a few of the Heroes’ Journey questions, you will begin to understand your past, present and future options.

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Ralph Zuranski has researched heroes, heroism, and the 12 roles of the heroes’ journey for over 50 years. He discovered that heroism is easier to understand, when you analyze the different events and people in your life, considering the 12 roles: Innocent, Orphan, Warrior, Caregiver, Seeker, Lover, Destroyer, Creator, Ruler, Magician, Sage and Fool. It is much easier for you to deal with your triumphs, trials, tribulations, and transformations when you embrace and live your own unique heroes’ journey.

As a Special Features writer for the Coronado Eagle newspaper in San Diego, he wrote articles about local heroes who were making a positive difference in the community. He created the “In Search of Heroes” program to encourage high school journalism students to ask questions about heroes, heroism and the heroes’ journey.

The goal was to inspire young people to research the concept of heroes, heroism, and their own heroes’ journey, so they could write their own story, to thank and honor the heroes and heroines in their lives. Hopefully, their stories would inspire other students and the community.

During his research, Ralph realized the best way to honor the heroes in your life is to write an exciting, emotionally engaging story about your heroes’ journey. The goal is to share how the heroes and heroines in your life impacted your journey.

It is important to thank and honor the people who made and continue to make a positive difference in your life. They helped and continue to assist you in triumphing over the situations and thought processes that block your emotional and spiritual growth. They help you to become the person you were created to be, so you can complete your unique mission here on earth.

By writing your heroes’ journey story about them and their impact on your life, you pass on to future generations the wisdom you have gained. By honoring them on your social media accounts, you give the recognition they deserve.

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In Search of Heroes Training Program Inspirational Quotes Book One

In Search of Heroes Training Program Inspirational Quotes Book Two

In Search of Heroes Training Program Inspirational Quotes Book Three

Thank you for considering investing in the “In Search of Heroes” Inspirational Quotes Books. These quotes, placed on top of gorgeous, amazing photographs were selected specifically to share with your children, to inspire and educate them. The wisdom of the quotes along with the beautiful scenes from nature stimulate your right and left-brain hemispheres simultaneously. The slides engage your entire brain, so the useful wisdom is embedded in your subconscious mind.

The wisdom of others is so valuable in helping you and your children be successful, happy and wise. This valuable wisdom from a wide variety of famous and unknown individuals will help you and your children become more successful, healthy, and wealthy in all areas of life. By sharing this information with your children, they will recognize you as one of the great Heroes in their lives.

The “In Search of Heroes Training Program” began in 1993, while I was a photographer and Special Features Writer for the Coronado Eagle Newspaper in San Diego. I loved to write stories about local Heroes. I wanted to spread the “Good News” about amazing neighbors who were mentoring students and helping others in their community anonymously.

At that time, I was upset by the media identifying actors, professional athletes, and celebrities as role models. I believed this was a huge mistake because movie, sports, and rock stars, who focused on money, fame, and notoriety, were not good role models for kids. Being rich, good-looking, and famous did not qualify anyone to be a Hero or role model. So, I enlisted the help of local community leaders to create a program to test the theory that, “Parents are the real Heroes in our society!” Our goal was to take high school journalism and multi-media students on assignment in search of local Heroes, just like Clark Kent mentored Jimmy Olsen in the Superman Comics.

Our leadership team worked with the Heroes at the Coronado Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club, Cablevision and Eagle Newspaper. The journalism and multi-media teachers and principal at Coronado High School helped facilitate the program with their students. The program was a remarkable success, but with unexpected results. Moms were considered the unsung Heroes 90 percent of the time. Dads were rarely mentioned. Moms truly deserve more recognition and praise for being Heroes to their kids.

Over the last 23 years, I have been working on a training program for students and parents to discover, honor and promote local Heroes in their family and community. It is based on the powerful lessons I learned while taking care of my Mom and Dad after they suffered catastrophic illnesses in 2004.

Mom experienced congestive heart failure and pneumonia. Dad suffered a terrible stroke that paralyzed his right side a couple of months later. After 3 years of intensive care for both, my Mom died, then my Dad one year later. I was their primary caregiver 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Taking care of my parents was the greatest challenge of my life. Many of the internet Heroes I interviewed before my Mom and Dad got sick, recommended reading inspirational quotes every day to keep me motivated and inspired. They said the knowledge, wisdom and advice from others helped them triumph over many failures, illnesses, and difficult challenges. Reading inspirational quotes daily helped me deal with difficult business problems, strained relationships, and emotional heartache.

If only someone had shared the value of inspirational quotes with me in my youth, my own Heroes Journey would have been more fulfilling and less stressful. Reading a daily quote helps you keep your mind, body, soul, and spirit functioning optimally. The wisdom of others helps you achieve your goals sooner. You will enjoy your own Heroes Journey more! Many of your mistakes, failures, emotional suffering, and health problems can be minimized.

These valuable concepts can help you and your kids immediately. My goal is to inspire you and your kids.