So, can everyday people be superheroes? Well, here's a story of two people who created a superhero series of children's picture books because they wanted to get a "can-do" message out to children. Moreover, they created a series of books because they wanted to bring a more serious message about how to change the world to the world.
When you have a message you care about sharing, you learn to do things. In our case, we learned to write and draw and illustrate. We learned to develop websites and graphics and a program for schools, and we learned to do all sorts of other things.
In the process, we became superheroes of sorts. After all, it's not every day that two people come together to write and illustrate over fifty books for children and self-publish them. It's not every day that two people come together to write over twenty books, non-fiction books for adults, and self-publish them. Furthermore, it's not every day that two people assert that there is a scientific discovery, a law of nature, that we - we, the people - can use to create more wholeness, alignment, and harmony in the world.
Ask yourself, when was the last time someone you knew said there are parts to a harmonized relationship much as there are parts to a whole body. Well, the last time anyone said something similar was about 1651. Well, that's another story for another day. For today, know you can be a superhero when you set your heart and mind and your whole being to doing something amazing!