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Save the Shoes! A Life Lesson from a Volunteer Firefighter

 

 

 

Mark Bezos is both a New York volunteer firefighter and Head of Development for the poverty-concerned nonprofit Robin Hood. He charismatically shares a lesson about humility in heroism. As he illustrates with a firefighting experience, sometimes it's the smallest, almost forgettable acts that can make the biggest difference. He encourages viewers to be aware of daily decisions, and to make the choice to be an everyday hero. To "save the shoes."

 


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