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Be the Change You Want to See in the World

Posted by Reparapy On 9:37 AM
Wise words from a wise man. We can all look to Mahatma Ghandi for inspiration on the happiness one can derive from a life filled with satisfaction in one's whole mind, body, and spirit.

Be the Change You Want to See in the World. Such a simple concept, yet so hard to actually implement. Many of us think our one voice, our one vote, our one heart is not big or loud enough to make a difference. But history has shown us that one person can make a monumental change.

Where would we be today without Thomas Jefferson who is the primary author of our Declaration of Independence? Or without Henry Ford who developed mass production? Or without Lous Pasteur who cured rabies and anthrax plus made milk safe for us to drink?

Would we all seek the path to enlightenment if there had been no Buddha? Would we want to give of ourselves selflessly to those less fortunate if we had not been shown the way by Mother Teresa? Would we "ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country" if it were not for John F. Kennedy?

Today, there are people all over the world who are making the change they want to see in the world. Look around you...people volunteer at their child's school, they help out their neighbors, they care for a sick friend in need, they get off the couch and do something.

What little thing can you do today to begin the change that you want to see in the world? I look forward to hearing your ideas.

Zara Kramer

4 Response to "Be the Change You Want to See in the World"

  1. Sharon Said,

    I admire people who take on a bold move to change something in their lives for the better. I notice that I get frustrated quickly with myself. I also notice that it doesn't take much to get me out of it once I realize I've put myself in those situations. To understand oneself is one thing. To act accordingly is another. That's why I like your blog. Many people see so many things we can change (improve) in the world, but how many of us react? With this blog and your company, looks like you are a part of a good few!


  2. This is a great post - It's so nice to see something inspirational. Kudos to you and your company for recognizing one person's ability to impact the world! I've been meaning to start volunteering again, and you've inspired me to actually get up and do it!



  3. I love volunteering at Retirement homes, the elderly deserve it :) I used to volunteer for Two Hands For Children, we helped the people in the Appalacian Mountains of KY.
    I think the biggest thing I can contribute today is to teach my kids goodwill and charity, because they will be our future and its important that they understand how and why to contribute. We're going out walking today, we'll pick up trash on the way because thats better for both people and animals :)


  4. Anonymous Said,

    So true:) I think that now is really important to not cry about losing your job or worry about all this economical crash, but to think what do you really want in life and then start doing it! And no, it's not impossible! And no, you don't need a 9 hour job, to earn money, to buy more stuff that you really don't need. Maybe you're actually an artist, or farmer, or traveler..?
    All the best:)


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