Heroes: an incomplete list
Here is a list of heroes that come to mind. Below each name you will find a link to my blog posting related to that hero. There are other heroes to be added to the list.

1. Fred Rogers - Mister Rogers showed us how to talk to children, and he showed us all how to be a good neighbor.
   Finding Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

2. Thomas Merton - Christian mystic, monk and scholar 
3. The Dalai Lama
    Don't Take My Word for It

5. Hilda of Whitby
    Hilda of Whitby

6. Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain): Quintessential American - told it like it was; made us all laugh
    A Place for Saints, Sinners, Doubters, And Jilted Lovers

7. William Shakespeare (The Bard): His words set the standard for a new era
    William Shakespeare, the Bard for All TIme

8. St. Francis of Assisi - the most universally known and loved of all the saints. He has creds that reach way beyond the Catholic Church
10. Clyde Kinnaird
11. Mary Kinnaird
    Here's to a Legend

12. Wendell Berry
    Wendell Berry: Poet, Prophet, and Sage

13. Garrison Keillor - An English major who went on to do well. What's not heroic about that?
     An Evening with Garrison Keillor
     Garrison Keillor Was Telling Our Story

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