At the end of the day, victory prevails.

Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman: these are just a few superheroes the children want to be when they grow up.
heroes (3)As adults, we show them they are the symbol of victory, the one who will save us, to serve and protect us from danger, someone full of courage and strength, the ultimate winners!

But how can we really make it believable to the children when we make fun out of these heroes especially when it comes to a game.
heroes (1)For example, you grab a baseball bat, put your forehead on the handle and spin yourself silly. Make sure your head never leaves the bat. The last person standing is the winner.
heroes (6)Or you line up everyone in two lines, from the shortest to the tallest, legs wide apart. The person at the back crawls under the legs.

Huh? Imagine the biggest person going through these small legs. How do you think they made it?

With all these fun and games, at the end of the day, you still have to hold the hand of your youngest sibling in crossing the street to keep him safe.
heroNow, this is what I call a hero. Victory prevails.

7 thoughts on “At the end of the day, victory prevails.

  1. Aw. “Thing” is holding Superman’s hand. Hmm. Prophetic perhaps? But of course, I may be biased in my perceiving. 🙂

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