Reading through headlines from around the world can sometimes make me feel a little discouraged. There are so many places where I wish I had the resources and power to affect change, but I am left with the humbling awareness that I am just one person. I can however use this awareness to focus on the areas in my life where I can make an impact - my family, our community, and our local charities. I believe that if we all do our part to contribute and improve our own little corner of the world, then eventually, the world will take care of itself. I would much rather focus on where I can contribute and help improve the world, than to let pessimism on where I can't stop me. My challenge to you today is to look around our community and find those places where you can make an impact, and go do it. To steal the famous quote, I encourage you to "be the change you wish to see in the world."
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