By Jennifer Kaysen
What does this saying mean to you? To me, it means that no matter how small a good deed is for someone on any given day, I can make a difference.
We unfortunately live in a world where people no longer hold doors for others, greet someone with a “Good Morning!” or “Good Afternoon!”, help someone in the supermarket who may not be tall enough to reach an item on a shelf, or even allow someone to squeeze out in a traffic jam.
What’s our rush? Has the world started turning faster?
The world is moving at the same speed as before, but priorities are changing.
We have this epidemic of turning our minds off to things we don’t want to see or hear. Many people feel that even if they did something, it wouldn’t be enough to make a difference. The truth is, even little somethings make a difference to someone.
Do something today – something small – you will find that to someone, it’s something large