"Inside the burning building?" you ask. The woman nods her head up and down. You tell her not to worry, that you'll save her baby. You run inside. Heat surrounds you. Your eyes sting and you can hardly breathe with all of the smoke, but you keep progressing because you know that you've got to save that baby.
You make your way up the stairs, flames jumping at you …show more content…
People long to prove their bravery in real life as well. Cornelia ten Boom was a middle aged woman who lived in Holland during the Holocaust. Corrie, as her family and friends called her, helped save the lives of many Jewish lives during the Holocaust by hiding them from German officers and caring for them while they continued on long, hard journeys. When German officers suspected Corrie of hiding Jewish people, they took her to jail. Even though they never found any Jewish people in her home; they were hidden in a secret room. Corrie remained very brave in jail while she stayed in a bare dirty cell where the guards yelled at and taunted her.
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