A hero doesn't always wear a cape or fight on enemy lines or wear a helmet and make a touch down. A hero isn't always the person rushing into a burning building saving lives. While all those things certainly define a hero, a hero can also be disguised as an ordinary person sitting next to you on the plane. The one who picks up your tab at the restaurant, or in a tiny child battling a life threatening disease that teaches his parents what love really means. A hero is someone who teaches others...(read more)

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Comment by Janice Perry on February 7, 2014 at 11:59am

What a great way to describe a hero and what a great reminder to not take what others do to help us through the days for granted.

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