When you think of heroes, who comes to mind? What are the qualities that make someone a hero? Author Caesar Rondina tackles these questions by drawing on his more than thirty-five years of working experience in the public health-care system. Rondina takes a look at those who serve in the military, emergency medical services, fire service, and law enforcement — people who deal with life-or-death situations — to demonstrate the qualities that make some people heroes. During this exploration, Rondina provides insight into the world we live in and how we choose to live in it. By the end, readers will learn more about themselves, their weaknesses and triumphs, and how to make better choices in life.
About the Author
Caesar Rondina is an author, businessman, educator, paramedic, master boat captain, and father to three adult children. Born in New England, he has attended universities in the fields of education and business management. He has completed extended studies in the fields of electronics, medicine, and boating. He is a licensed paramedic and prehospital medical practitioner and educator.
He is the author of The Soul in Our Hearts. He also continues to work as a paramedic and educator.