Heroes are people too, despite their seemingly flawless legacies. Often, we hear stories of men or women who were met with unlikely odds or unfortunate circumstances, but persisted through conflict and triumphed over fear and selfishness. No, we’re not talking about Superman (he’s annoyingly selfless, immortal, and completely unrelatable, but that’s beside the point), we’re talking about human beings who rose to an impossible occasion. Those who found power not from the grooming of others, but in stepping outside of themselves. We’re talking about Eleanor Roosevelt.