Do you know an unsung hero?

Monday Q of the Wk. Here’s how it works: Each Monday I ask a thought provoking question about life.  Pose the same question to your blog readers on your own blog along with your answer to the question.  Then come back here and post a comment with a link to your blog post so we can all read everyone’s answers!  It’s been a lot of fun getting to know my readers and their readers and so on and so on… This week’s question: Do you know an unsung hero? JoJo’s Answer: The other day I posted about the deaths of two big pop stars.  One of my readers and my dear friend, Carla Ives, said that while she was upset that these two died so young, she was also upset that the death of the rich and famous seemed to be more important to the world than the deaths of the many soldiers who keep this country safe.  I got to thinking also about all the other unsung heroes who aren't fighting for freedom but for their families and friends.  Mothers and fathers who are struggling to raise children in a difficult world.  Sisters and brothers who help take care of their siblings due to a terrible economy.  Christians living God's Word helping friends and neighbors. So I challenge all my readers out there. If you know an unsung hero, sing his praises on your blogs. Do so BEFORE they die so we can celebrate their life and what it means. Then come back here to Communication FUNdamentals and share that with my readers too.  Let's communicate about something important that too often seems to go unnoticed or unvoiced!  Our unsung heroes! God bless all the soldiers who keep us safe, God bless their families who struggle without them, God bless all the other unsung heroes too. The fathers who provide for their families and take time for their children, the mothers who sacrifice so much to do what is right for their children no matter the cost, time and trouble. The sisters and brothers who help when their families are struggling. God bless all our unsung heroes! Do you know an unsung hero? Please post your answers here as a blog comment. Then post this question on YOUR blog and come back here to link your blog post so all of us can read about YOUR readers!


  • Cindy Holman

    I have a friend who lost her husband to cancer 18 months ago – and she is raising 4 children alone. She is 38 years old. She has handled this tragedy with grace and dignity – she is my hero. I also have another friend – only in this case – it is a Man who is divorced from a woman who was mentally ill – who tried to take her own life and the life of her baby son and husband. He survived the devastation of that loss and rescued his son and has full custody today – and is trying to find health and healing after such violence and hurt. His son is now 11 and my friend is one of the best Dad’s I’ve ever witnessed. He is another one of my hero’s.

  • jojosblog

    Thanks for posting BeckyJoie.

    You didn’t include the link to your blog where you share about your wonderful hubby so I included it here:

    A great read about an unsung hero!

  • BeckyJoie

    I wrote about my hero. I have more but I had to choose one so I picked my hubby. :>

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