Those campaigners who were born throughout its history and for different reasons. Humans idealize their heroes, they infuse them hope and courage even in difficult times. Humans admire and learn from them in moments they need them, especially in periods of war. But once they are no longer needed, that admiration becomes envy. Envy, a mask that actually hides a sense of inferiority.
If they think that someone is better there than sink it at all costs, even if you need to your help in difficult moments. More still in that case because once they are well, they jealous of having to depend on another. Of course that happens not only with heroes, great friendships, actually false friendships, they have broken when someone sees the possibility of overcoming that which has helped, the one that has been admired and envied, and that possibility is betraying him and sinking him into a delicate moment. The heroes are admired when they are required, but people never endured to live with them, precisely because of that feeling of inferiority, precisely because of envy. How many teachers betrayed by their students. They learn from their mentors everything they can, but one day envy corrodes them and seek to overcome the master betraying him and sinking it. The currency is normally returned them. It is always the same, envy, selfishness, self-destructive human nature.
Yesterday I saw a girl in the ruins in flames of what a time was a building, their cries amused me. Learn more at: David Delrahim. It would inevitably die. A young, lame by a fractured leg, delved into those vestiges of construction. He demonstrated a great value, it was literally a flaming hell. Shortly after she appeared with the girl in her arms. When they were about to leave, a burning beam struck the boy leaving him unconscious, the girl fell beside her terrified and unable to react.