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Teaching children to be heroes

We can teach our children to be heroes in their own lives and to stand up for what they believe in.

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It doesn't take a cape to be a hero. It doesn't take super powers, x-ray vision, or the ability to fly. It does take strength — strength to stand up for what you believe in and to defend what is right.
We can teach our children heroism by exposing them to real heroes. That doesn't mean someone who makes millions playing sports, though I have known professional athletes who are heroes because of the kind of husband and father they were. They stood for something.
It doesn't mean selling millions of CDs and hosting sold-out concerts at ...

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