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Almost all heroes in both fiction and reality must suffer for standing up to evil or helping others Because of this those who suffer yet do not deserve it are automatically labeled as heroes However having undergone suffering is not what makes one a hero The title comes with helping others in need without wanting anything in return Rabbi Hirschs case is no exception Rabbi Hirsch has suffered much throughout his life and deserves recognition for his pain However in response to his suffering all he did was stay to himself If he had got up on his feet and made an attempt to either stop the source of this suffering or help others who are being or have been affected by it then he could have been recognized as a hero One of the qualities of a hero is to express initiative when trouble is near or when help is needed Rabbi Hirsch sees that the Germans are about to invade Czechoslovakia However unlike his wife he is against doing anything for his people that would separate him from his wife He only agrees to go and deliver some money for the Zionist organization after his wife convinces him to and even then he agrees with reluctance Rabbi Hirschs love for his wife is an admirable quality but a hero would put other peoples well being in front especially when his wife is asking him to do so The rabbis reaction after he finds out about his wifes death is also an indicator of his level of heroism If before he were against putting himself in danger to help others of his kind than his wifes death should have been a significant motivator However instead of joining the Zionist organization or doing anything else to help his people escape Hitler Rabbi Hirsch ran off himself and spent most of the war away from Europe Once again the Rabbi
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