Again and again The Courier carries stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
But one thread that ties these stories together is the often unsung courage, hidden in seemingly ordinary people, who in their own way change lives.
Sometimes, as last week’s anniversary of the dreadful Black Hill abduction showed, it is a standout instantaneous effort and endurance worthy of medals. (A great read that should not be missed)
Sometimes that courage is about speaking out against abuse or facing up to an uncomfortable truth.
And sometimes it is the moments of unstinting courage in the most everyday of circumstances.
All deserve our richest applause.
For a Sunday read, here is yet another story to make you think about the indelible good in people.
We don’t tire of them and I hope you won’t either