Disadvantages Of A Good Man

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According to my opinion, a good man should be full of courage and positive energy, vision for the future, and have a strong conviction to serve the community. In addition to that, he should always use his power or authority for public welfare. Good men also shares and expresses his feelings in the appropriate situation, protecting and nurturing family, and, finally yet importantly, give unconditional love to everyone in the society. I believe that, in the appropriate situation, a man should cry and reveal his feelings; there is nothing wrong with it. According to the American Heart Association, “incidence of sudden cardiac death is roughly three times greater in men than in women” (Kim C, 2001). There is a general perception about the real…show more content…
While as, for me risks of being vulnerable are social isolation, extreme mental, physical and psychosocial stressful condition, losing hope of a win, sometimes feels the end of whole life within a fraction of seconds. On the other hand benefits of being vulnerable are extraordinarily increase the self-confidence, raise faith in the supreme power, learn how to handle challenging task of life and decrease the fear of sensitive situation for future. I would like to mention one saying which is popular in India that is “Elders are wiser because they have seen more Christmas Eve than us.” It means elder people are having more wisdom than we do because they experienced more shadow and light of the…show more content…
She faced several extreme physical and psychological challenges in her lifespan. Around the age of six, contracted polio, it caused her to be bedridden for nine months. While she did recover from the illness, she limped when she walked because the disease had damaged her right leg and foot. Her father encouraged her to play soccer, go swimming, and even wrestle highly unusual moves for a girl at the time to help aid in her recovery. After a couple of later when she was traveling with her boyfriend on a bus when the vehicle collided with a streetcar. Because of the collision, Kahlo impaled by a steel handrail, which went into her hip and came out the other side. She suffered several serious injuries as a result, including fractures in her spine and pelvis. After staying at the Red Cross Hospital in Mexico City for several weeks, Kahlo returned home to recuperate further. She began painting during her recovery and finished her first self-portrait the following year. Frida Kahlo marry to famed Mexican muralist Diego Rivera (Frida Kahlo Biography,
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