George Sheehan said, "I have found my hero and he is me." Well, forgive George! "I have found my hero and she is me!" Ok. Humor apart, how often do we view ourselves as heroes? Many of us don’t even think of ourselves as normal, let alone as heroes, writes Uma Gupta. We don’t like the way we look. We don’t like the way our hair sits or does not sit on our heads! We don’t like our bodies. We don’t like this and we don’t like that. We think of ourselves as ordinary and so we behave in ordinary ways. Only ordinary things arrive in our gift packages because we expect only O. So we must move from O to H. Oh! See, simple as that. So what does it mean to be a hero? Next posting.