So, after the cowardly bombing in Manchester killed many and wounded, even more, the stories of heroes begin to emerge. Emergency services of all sorts were brave no doubt as they always are. The other day in Manchester two homeless men heard the blast as they were sleeping on the cement near the bomb site. Stephen Jones and his fellow homeless friend ran toward the bomb site and began to help all of the people that they could. They pulled nails out of the skin of child victims and help clean off the blood that had gotten on so many people. A good Samaritan returned the bravery by renting an apartment for six months for the homeless heroes. Remember the next time you see a street person that they are people just like us who have the capacity to be passionate, brave and giving. Sometimes, we just need a reminder that the poor are part of our communities and regardless of why they are homeless and poor they deserve our friendship, mercy, compassion and help if we have anything to give. Mercy always trumps judgment.