Sarah Kaminsky talks about her dad’s secret life as a forger. For 30 years, starting in World War II, he selflessly forged papers for people to escape persecution. He never made them for himself, and he never accepted payment. He willingly accepted all kinds of physical and emotional sacrifices, even depriving himself of sleep, knowing that for every hour he slept 30 people would not receive the papers that would save their lives. Though his situation was extreme, this is the kind of dedication and sacrifice that shows a remarkable leader.