Tiny Superheroes: Acknowledging The Heroism of Children

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Tiny Superheroes: Acknowledging The Heroism of Children

Superheroes balance the forces of light and dark, rage and serenity, and the sacred and the profane within themselves and from it forge an identity that is powerful and purposeful.

– Deepak Chopra –

Tiny Superheroes: Acknowledging The Heroism of Children

How many of us have seen children tie towels around their shoulders and race around as superheroes? In just four months, Robyn Rosenberger has given 500 children battling difficult medical conditions that feeling of invincibility by making custom capes for each one. She posts stories of these Tiny Superheroes to give each child a voice and a face for their condition. These capes are more than just a piece of fabric. They tell the children and families fighting illness and disability that we know just how extraordinary they are. { read more }

Be The Change

Meet the Tiny Superheroes who inspire Rosenberger and their families. { more }

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