Heroes of Everyday LIfe

When we think of heroes, we may think of the classical kind such as Achilles, Ulysses, and Aeneas. But these Heroes (with a capital H) mean nothing unless they bear some relationship to you and me. We may not be slaying dragons or even winning the football or baseball game for our team, but we do bear some connection to the archetype of the hero. When we get up in the morning to face another day of work, of loving our family and our friends, confronting the danger of driving on the freeway, seeking to be honest and kind in our dealings with others, we participate in the heroic. And if this doesn’t seem heroic, remember that even those we would call Heroes often say they were just doing wh

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