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When I found out that today is National Superhero Day it made me think - if I could have superhero powers what kind of superhero powers would I want. Of course my powers would be for good and not evil because I'm all about doing the right thing. (I'm not even sure if there's such a thing as evil superheros.)

Anyway, after some thought I decided I would want the power to heal. Not just the sick, but the broken as well. I would want to touch the lives of those that have lost all hope. Sometimes it takes just a glimpse of light for people to see past their darkness. I want to be that light. Also, on a lighter note... I would totally rock that cape!

I decided to ask my 4 year old  granddaughter what her superhero powers would be and she said, " I want to be Bat Girl so I can fix houses for people to live."  I like her superpowers as well.

Why not live life with the thought of  having superhero powers. We all have the ability to do amazing things for people and our world. All it takes is the courage to walk in faith and the belief that you can make a difference. Be someones superhero!

Have an awesome day & Happy Superhero day!

“There is some good in this world, and it's worth fighting for.” 
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Two Towers


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