Do you ever wonder how you can make an impact on the world? I always wondered this growing up. As I got older, I had such a hard time figuring it all out and trying to learn how NOT to be selfish.
In my early twenties, I got involved with several organizations. I volunteered for “Rock The Vote” because I cared about people having a say. I did the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3day Walk because I knew someone who had breast cancer and saw her through all the ups and downs. I volunteered as an election judge in 2008 because I felt very empowered by the way my country was changing.
Now that I am almost 30, I have learned a lot about what it really takes to make an impact on the world, whether, its big or small. Its the little things. You can make someone smile, you can help a neighbor, hold a door, share your knowledge and feel (something).
You can start a chain reaction by all the little things you do. Make someone’s day and pass a long your positivity.