This summer, I learned we could all be superheroes. We simply need to step up, tie on our imaginary cape and be great!
The truth is we don’t need a blanket cape, a uniform or anything but ourselves to be a superhero. The power is within us all to set it free.
Even now, others may look at you as a superhero even though you may not realize it. Someone out there – your family, friends, coworkers or strangers – value you for something you have did that has inspired them or changed their lives.
Everyday superheroes exist!
They are doctors, nurses, teachers, police, fire, ambulance. They are also mothers, father, activists, leaders, volunteers and strangers – anyone who lends a helping hand to another. It may be a service performed, a meal shared or bought or it could simply be a few words that allow someone else to realize their own potential or know they are not alone.
We all have gifts we can share with the world. Our own opportunity to be a superhero is before us.
So tie on your cape and get out there. The world needs you!