As we celebrate another Veterans Day, we take time to look up to those who have given a portion of their lives to serve their country. We’ll hear inspiring words concerning their unselfish and heroic deeds. Many of them will bow their heads in humility, because they don’t consider themselves to be heroes.

A man or woman who serves his fellow man becomes a real hero, only when he puts them first. Heroes are everywhere. We see them on the streets of our cities, breaking up an act of violence. They’re in the classrooms of schools and universities across the country, standing as guardians and protectors of our children. They are born out of poverty and necessity. They rise out of pain and adversity.

Heroes come in all sizes, shapes, colors, creeds and can become brave just by living life. The fellow, standing in line at the grocery store, as…

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