The World Where We Stand

If we sometimes feel overwhelmed by the need for world change, all we need do is take on the challenge right where we stand. It’s like the quote by Desmond Tutu who said that “there is only one way to eat an elephant: a bite at a time.”

Of course, he was not speaking literally, we understand. But he refers to the notion that while things seem daunting, we sometimes freeze with intimidation of the enormity of the challenge. What can little me possibly do to change the big world?

First, we need to change our minds. Ask yourself, am I being led by fear or love? What is it that I see out in the world that is reflective of me and how I think or believe? Draw the connections with truth and authenticity and then make a decision to contribute to peace and positivity. It’s up to you, after all–your choice!

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