Each of us can be a hero.

Duty To Protect involves three steps:


Look inward. Know yourself. Trust yourself.


Resolve conflict and restore harmony.


If you love something, you’ll protect it.

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  • #025 Johnny “The Hero of Olde Town Arvada” Hurley

    On June 21, 2021 Johnny Hurley found himself in a dicey situation. Fortunately, Hurley had prepared for just such a scenario. And while others were fleeing or hiding, Hurley acted heroically.  Each of us can be a hero. https://dutytoprotect.net Related Links:

  • #024 Good Samaritan Stories #12 

    Multiple armed neighbors assist shot man during gunfight in Reno, NV; UPS driver Brian Walters saves drowned girl in Soup Lake, WA; restaurant-goer tends to gunshot victim in Orlando, FL — details on these and other instances of individuals who acted heroically in this installment of Good Samaritan Stories. Call them protectors. Call them good …

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  • #023 Storytime: Neighborliness in New Hampshire

    What do you do when your neighbor does not, by default, exude civility? I was confronted with this situation when living in Manchester, New Hampshire when a man thought it appropriate to blast his vehicle stereo for the whole neighborhood to hear. I engaged him in conversation with an aim to achieve an understanding. While …

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