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The words “hero” and “heroism” gets thrown around a lot these days, but it is perhaps this lack of a better word that best sums up their feats of bravery and selflessness the past few days after the tragedy. So many of them have come out of the woodwork, so many ordinary people who saw the death and devastation Typhoon Yolanda has caused and thought that their little acts of kindness and selflessness may alleviate the suffering that the victims are enduring. Heroism knows no race, color, or nationality; we have seen our fellow Filipinos as well as peoples from all corners of this planet shine their inspiring light on us even as this country crawls past the shadows of one of the darkest periods in her history.

Such stories of people reaching out to people serve as anchors that cling us towards hope. There is that kid in Japan who gave up all his savings money in the Piggy Bank to donate to the victims, as well as those cute girls selling lemonade in the USA for the same purpose.

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as well as those cute girls selling lemonade in the USA for the same purpose.

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One of the members of the Israeli team sent to help us out had a father who was part of the Jews saved by Manuel L. Quezon during the reign of Hitler at the onset of the 2nd World War, thus he has gone full circle by saving the lives of the people in Tacloban; Japanese and American troops and volunteers also met at Leyte where they clashed at the Battle of Leyte Gulf close to 70 years ago, this time to wage war but to bring peace, life, and relief to the Filipino people.

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These are the stories that made it to mass media, but we are aware that there are countless other stories of heroism out there that have not been heard or read. We would like you to share your inspiring stories or anecdotes with us by visiting our comments section and writing them down there. With your permission, we will share these stories both in Social and in Mass Media. God bless our country!

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