Times like these challenge us not only to be brave, but to reconsider what bravery looks like. Sometimes bravery looks like sacrificing your own needs to make sure the needs of your family are met. Sometimes bravery looks doing what needs to be done when nobody else will. But sometimes bravery looks like simply doing what right, and what is kind, for someone you don’t know and when nobody else is looking. Sometimes, bravery looks like love.