“Too many children in foster care are falling through cracks. Be a hero, take the time learn about adoption today.”

 

Bruce Willis

“Dependence upon God makes heroes of ordinary people like you and me!”

 

Bruce Wilkinson

“Remember all the movies, Terry, we’d go see? Trying to learn how to walk like the heroes we thought we had to be And after all this time to find we’re just like all the rest Stranded in the park and forced to confess To hiding on the Backstreets.”

 

Bruce Springsteen

“The people who have impressed me most – and the closest I’ve come to having heroes – are the people who have devoted their lives to making things better for others. These are people whose names you never hear, people who work for Doctors Without Borders, Oxfam, and other humanitarian groups. They’re just out there in the world, doing stuff.”

 

Bruce Cockburn

“Water of life is gonna flow again/changed from the blood of heroes and knaves/Word mercy’s gonna have a new meaning/ when we are judged by the children of our slaves.”

 

Bruce Cockburn

“I’m sick of over-trained heroes. I’m really bored with that. Guys that are just ripped to shreds and full of skills. That’s boring me. Give me the mechanic that picks up a weapon. Now I’m interested. That’s my hero.”

 

Bruce Campbell

“Walking companions, like heroes, are difficult to pluck out of the crowd of acquaintances. Good dispositions, ready wit, friendly conversation serve well enough by the fireside but they prove insufficient in the field. For there you need transcendentalists-nothing less; you need poets, sages, humorists and natural philosophers.”

Brooks Atkinson

“Great occasions do not make heroes or cowards; they simply unveil them to the eyes of men.”

Brooke Westcott

“The difference between the hero and the coward is that the hero sticks in there five minutes longer”

 

Brian Tracy

“Sure, I do wish I sometimes got to play more heroes, but hey, I can’t beat the fact that I am working constantly. Anyway, look at me. I’m six-four, three feet wide, have a really deep voice, and this face; I’m not precisely the romantic comedy stereotype, right?”

 

Brian Thompson

“My grandfather was a really, really tough no-nonsense factory worker who emigrated from Ireland in about 1900 to Bridgeport, Conn. He had a big effect on me. Those guys who took a great leap out into what they knew not were the ones who were the real stars, the real heroes.”

 

Brian Dennehy

“Anyone can slay a dragon, he told me, but try waking up every morning and loving the world all over again. That’s what takes a real hero.”

 

Brian Andreas

“I love ‘Guitar Hero,’ and I think it’s a part of pop culture.”

Brett Ratner

“Growing up, you look at guys like Jeff Thomson as heroes, so going past him is pretty special.”

Brett Lee

“Paul Simon is my absolute hero. He’s one of a kind. He wrote his own ticket in life by being himself.”

Brett Dennen

“Earl Mills is probably the best role I’ve ever been given in a film. And it was a great experience to work with Halle [Berry] and Klaus Maria Brandauer, an Austrian actor who’s a hero of mine. Martha Coolidge directed the movie [Introducing Dorothy Dandridge], giving me another shot, and it was an amazing experience.”

Brent Spiner

“Casting directors tend to be the unsung heroes in this business.”

Brent Sexton

“The gospel of grace nullifies our adulation of televangelists, charismatic superstars, and local church heroes. It obliterates the two-class citizenship theory operative in many American churches. For grace proclaims the awesome truth that all is gift. All that is good is ours, not by right, but by the sheer bounty of a gracious God.”

Brennan Manning

“Faith isn’t about logic, son,” Haddek said. “Perhaps that’s your problem. You cannot ‘disprove’ the things you study, any more than we can prove to you that the Hero will save us. We simply must believe it, and accept the things Preservation has taught us.”

Brandon Sanderson

“Sometimes, son,” my father said, prying my fingers free, “you have to help the heroes along.”

Brandon Sanderson