The heroic and unselfish response to catastrophic Hurricane Harvey, which struck Texas on August 25, 2017, continues to inspire people to live in a way that shows compassion for their fellow humans. No matter what one’s religion or upbringing have been, one tends to develop empathy for people who need food, shelter, and other special care. Humans learn how to live compassionately by example, especially when they observe unselfish sacrifices made by others that help people in need. These are the valuable lessons learned from the devastating scenes amidst the storm, these calls for help that we observe both on the floor and on television. Each heroic contribution made by volunteers opens minds and hearts while developing a degree of moral support for its environmental protection groups. In short, concerned people wish to make efforts to make this a better world in which to live by finding out how to safeguard their neighbors.
It was inspirational to see the Navy rescuing citizens of Houston and others throughout southeastern Texas. Their heroic, humanitarian efforts were so admirable as they reacted adeptly to the needs of people in danger. 1 helicopter stored seven stranded people and then courageously took off again to look for others trapped by the flood waters. The military acted so bravely during the flood although one naturally hopes they won’t have to respond to such devastation again in the future.
Neighbors, journalists, foreigners, and people of all ethnicities and religions lent a hand when spontaneously put to the test. A group of journalists risked their lives to save a senior citizen in his car when he drove into a deep flow of water. As opposed to ignoring a domestic animal at risk, a group of men saved a dog that had been going to drown in the waters that were threatening. Nursing homes were evacuated while other vulnerable, hospitalized people were carried out by volunteers. Such courage abounded to accomplish great rescue missions!
It was soothing to know that homeless people were being supplied with shelter, with clothes, and with a place to sleep. Seeing others that do good deeds to assist people in need encourages viewers to look at how everyone can help one another. Although most individuals are too far away to help in many humanitarian operations, an individual might think about living in a way that prevents future occurrences of additional catastrophic weather events.
Many do not agree that climate change exists; however, the possibility is worth serious examination in order to not put future generations in harm’s way. Giving a nice and free science instruction for all young people and taking better care of our world might prevent future tragedies related to climate. By considering these possibilities, we could make a positive difference, even from afar. Do we really need a lot of material goods? Are we defined by our possessions? Would it be possible to use alternative forms of energy in order not to damage or pollute the environment? We can be heroic if we change our ways in order to safeguard the environment for future generations. We can be heroic if we accept others as they are and help them in times of need, similar to the first responders did in Texas.