Sunday Musings #32

You may never know what results come from your action. But if you do nothing, there will be no result.

– Mahatma Gandhi


I think many of us, myself included at times, have the thought, “I’m only one person, what difference can I make?”

But Gandhi has it right. Do it anyway.

When many people do one thing it soon starts to make a difference; be it something so simple as recycling, donating blood or helping out at charity organisations. Over time each individual contribution mounts up and together with others, the results become noticeable.

I hope that together we can make a difference to the damage we have all done to the Earth and begin to reverse the effects, so our children’s children can enjoy it, and maybe see a tiger in the wild.



31 thoughts on “Sunday Musings #32

  1. colinandray

    It would seem very appropriate to add voting to your list. All too often one hears “I can’t be bothered to vote. What difference can my one vote make?” Well obviously, if 1 million people offered their one vote, then those “one votes” become a significant factor to considered. Great Post! 🙂

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