Earlier this year, an off-duty Cicero firefighter raced into a burning building — into conditions his chief said would be “pretty much unbearable” — and rescued two men from the second floor. Cicero Fire Department Lt. Brian Kulaga had to crawl on his stomach to get to the men, and he did, and he saved their lives. Why? I don’t know if even he could fully explain it, and what difference would the reason make anyway? It was a remarkable act of goodwill, and again, I’m glad he did it.