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You Cannot Live an Extraordinary Life by Making Ordinary Choices

Ordinary is by the book.

Ordinary is going with the flow.

Ordinary is waiting for the right time to do something, to speak up, to stand out. 484 more words

Everyday Heroes

Malala Yousafzai, What Gave You the Courage to Continue This? | The Daily Show

On October 8, 2013, Malala Yousafzai appeared on the Daily Show. Although the entire interview is definitely worth watching, I would encourage you to give particular attention to the question and answer at 3:00, where she answers a question about the source of her courage. 117 more words

Building Heroes

Malala Yousafzai, What Gave You the Courage to Continue This? | The Daily Show

On October 8, 2013, Malala Yousafzai appeared on the Daily Show. Although the entire interview is definitely worth watching, I would encourage you to give particular attention to the question and answer at 3:00, where she answers a question about the source of her courage. 117 more words

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CNN Announces Top 10 Heroes Of 2013

Today CNN announced the Top Ten Heroes of 2013. They are ten everyday people who are changing the world in extraordinary ways. Each will receive a $50,000 grant to help them with their work, and each has a shot at being named CNN Hero of the Year.  49 more words

Building Heroes

CNN Announces Top 10 Heroes Of 2013

Today CNN announced the Top Ten Heroes of 2013. They are ten everyday people who are changing the world in extraordinary ways. Each will receive a $50,000 grant to help them with their work, and each has a shot at being named CNN Hero of the Year.  49 more words

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Heroism amidst the sharks? | unsexytruth.com

Are we right to regard athletic achievements as heroic, or is that a sign of a culture that has lost its moral direction in waist-high hyperbole? 253 more words

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Heroism amidst the sharks? | unsexytruth.com

Are we right to regard athletic achievements as heroic, or is that a sign of a culture that has lost its moral direction in waist-high hyperbole? 253 more words

Building Heroes