Small Actions, Big Results


Have you ever wanted to make a difference to the world? Have you ever tried? Have you ever wanted to make the difference to someone’s life but found you don’t have the strength? Have you ever tried it with the help of other people?

I saw this video today which has been posted on a friend’s timeline on Facebook. It shows a train full of passengers who, individually could not possibly make a difference to the outcome of this man’s predicament, but all together they made a HUGE difference.

Have a look at this and tell me that individual, puny people working together can’t achieve anything worthwhile by combining their efforts:

Wonderful isn’t it?

I love the way that there is no drama, no fuss, just a bunch of strangers all putting their efforts into a single objective and then just going about their day.

These people certainly made a difference that day. A lesson for us all.

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