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Some superheroes wear capes and fly, but most just soar and rise above themselves to meet the need of the moment. This week, we meet a few in the form of three teens who sacrificed their well-being to jump into a burning building to save seniors; an uncle who helped save his nephews home from a fire; and a teacher who gives voice to others, even though he struggled with his own when he was younger. And perhaps the biggest superheroes of all — moms, who offer stories and lessons from mothering their children every day. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: Some superheroes wear capes and fly, but most just soar and rise above themselves to meet the need of the moment. This week, we meet a few in the form of three teens who sacrificed their well-being to jump into a burning building to save seniors; an uncle who helped save his nephews home from a fire; and a teacher who gives voice to others, even though he struggled with his own when he was younger. And perhaps the biggest superheroes of all — moms, who offer stories and lessons from mothering their children every day. –Guri
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When they spotted black smoke across the parking lot, the three teens came to find the senior center up in flames. Before the first responders arrived, they ran in to help the residents.
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A grassfire tore through his community. As the officers went door to door until the fire truck arrived, he jumped in to help. Incidentally, one of the homes saved ended up being his nephew’s family.
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Celebrating America’s Teachers
Hugs Mister Donovan struggled in his youth and wished that someone would have told him, “I see you, and I’m here for you.” Now, with his unconventional teaching approach, he is that voice.
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12 Moms talk about their secret strengths in the New York Times article that celebrates Mother’s Day. Here are their sometimes hilarious, sometimes entertaining, and always heart-warming stories.
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