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  • What's the bravest thing you've ever done?

  • I don't want to talk about that swam.

  • I jumped into the 5ft zone at the pool and I landed right in front of the instructor, saving my mom from a book that was about to bite her, told somebody not to do something that was dangerous.

  • I went into a haunted house, stood up for my friend.

  • I stood up to the teacher climbing a steep mountain.

  • Me and my friends went to a very scary haunted house when I helped someone with their homework.

  • There's a mountain lion spotted on the trail.

  • And then a week later I went hiking on that trail, standing up to bullies.

  • I protected my friends when they got jumped saving someone from a robbery when I was away on vacation.

  • I was out of boarding.

  • A kid was having trouble swimming and luckily I was able to grab him.

  • We were able to bring him to the shore to his dad jumping into the deep end to help my little cousin who was having trouble swimming save my friend from dying.

  • We were in a bandeau and the police, they, they got a tip and so they, they bum rush the building and we were doing graffiti and stuff.

  • There was only to watch it's just get caught or go out the window.

  • My friend, he jumped out the window but he missed them landing that was right under the window and I like kind of like was holding onto him like this.

  • I was a sailing instructor at a camp and there was a huge storm and boats were capsizing and a couple of kids were getting caught in this reef and so I had to jump out of the boat and swim faster than the current, which frankly I didn't know if I could do uh and write the boat and save the kids and I did it just be myself approaching someone I really admire to express interest in interning for them.

  • I walked up to a couple in the club and I just made sure the girl was okay because the guy was being kind of aggressive and I just wanted to pull her away from him, move to new york.

  • Um right after high school from florida When I was 22 years old, I went to Mexico to teach English all by myself, moved out, I think starting a community of diverse and marginalized individuals within a company that sought to represent that in its content audition for a marvel film I performed in front of 200 people at an all asian comedy show called asian af step out of my comfort zone, left home listening to myself and making the decision to uh to medically transition catching someone that slipped through the doors of the train and the actual platform babysitting a kid a couple times.

  • I've seen people that needed help and I called the ambulance for them.

  • I think the bravest thing I've ever done is probably just like learning to walk again after I broke my leg to walk away from temptations and not look back.

  • I think I haven't done something brave until now protecting my puppy from being kind of attacked.

  • Moved to new york saved a life through CPR, someone was drowning.

  • I was walking with a friend in college and a group of guys in a car shot at us.

  • So getting to safety was the bravest moment to move to the United States at age 20 by myself, joining the neighborhood neighborhood.

  • First squad as a registered nurse bringing somebody back to life when they were dying with CPR I served my country, donating a kidney to my mother, Packing up my stuff from Baltimore and coming to New York on my 50th birthday, my friend and I walked from Katmandu to Mount Everest.

  • There was a car accident in front of Duncan donuts that was in and I watched it unfold and the van flipped over and slid on the highway and not thinking.

  • I just jumped into it and pulled the guy out the out the van Giving a speech in front of a police commissioner and the audience of 600 people stand at my daughter's casket at the funeral home, getting married, Applying to graduate school at NYU.

  • Moving to California when I didn't have a job or a place to live that had $300.

  • Yeah, that was pretty brave, quitting my job.

  • We were on a lake and two guys and a girl on a raft going across the lake and a guy came by with a speedboat and ran the girl over and we ran out on the lake and, and we just started diving to try to find her, but we never did.

  • I dealt with the conflict to admit that I had a crush on someone When I was in Grade six.

  • There was a little boy on a baseball diamond that was hit in the head with a baseball bat and who went unconscious and I picked him up and brought him to the Nurse's office, coming to America.

  • I've helped a lot of people in situations, but brave.

  • No, I've never done anything.

  • I think brave.

  • Everything I've done was just automatic.

  • I think run into the military to warn somebody that a car was coming, helping a youngster out of the ocean.

  • I took a job not for money, but because I really wanted to do the work, stood up to someone and gave them some information that it was uncomfortable being a good father.

  • A gentleman had his car running with his child in the car, put the child, put the car in gear and started rolling downhill as it rolled downhill.

  • I opened the front door, pushed the kid over somewhat rudely and put the car in gear to bring back up this interview.

  • I don't know if I've done anything that's brave Every day.

  • I buy a newspaper for my 98 year old neighbor.

  • Being a medical core meant I was able to save a life.

What's the bravest thing you've ever done?

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/09/19
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