Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg
Rebbi Elimelech Goldberg is a hero. because he is admire and humble person.
He have a daughter, her name is Sara. Sara was diagnosed with leukemia a week before her first birthday. Yet he was stuck by his daughter's positive spirit during the emotional time. So, he don't want to see and he want to helping to children's crying about cancer and disease hurts.
In 1999, Goldberg innovated and focused "Kids Kicking Cancer". This program is doing and teaching korean Art Choi Kwang-Do. Goldberg have a black belt in this korean art.The program provides free martial arts classes focused on breathing techniques and meditation for children battling serious illnesses.In this program, he teaching how to play Choi Kwang-Do and children beyond the pain and discomfort of disease.
In this program, he made a slogan of Kids Kicking Cancer. That is Power. Peace. Purpose.
The organization began in Michigan and has since expanded its programs to New York, Los Angeles and Florida and internationally to Italy, Israel and Canada.
My definition of a hero is a person who have gentle, humble and have a good personality, and working/helping hard for the People. I will say, Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg is a hero, because he is gentle and admire person. He is helping for children who have a cancer and hurts, he is supporting and very respectful to the cancer children to have a fun on the Kids Kicking Cancer.
Rebbi Elimelech Goldberg
"martial arts, you learn that pain is a message that you don't have to listen to. That lesson is so unbelievably effective." He is a hero who helping to the children.He hope the cancer children have a fun and smile on the Kids Kicking Cancer.
Help children and make courage little hart
The program encourages children to teach what they have learned to other youths and adults experiencing sickness, pain or stress. Goldberg believes that when the children teach the breathing technique to others, the children find purpose in their lives.
The Hero will be keep working for the all of the world's children.
"I am so humbled by these children when they are able to face down big stuff, and you could see that light on their face," he said.