It’s funny how we can get so caught up in our day-to-day lives that we don’t always notice the people who are quietly making a difference in our community, society, or country—and maybe even the world.
We’re all busy, after all. We barely have time to look up from our phones and think about the impact of our actions on the people around us.
But what if instead of just being busy, we stopped and thought about what we could be doing?
A lot of people think that there isn’t enough time in the world to do everything they want to do—but there is! You just have to make it happen. And when you do find yourself with extra time on your hands, use it to make a difference in someone else’s life. It doesn’t matter how small or large your contribution may seem; every little bit counts!
We all know that feeling when you get caught up in your own little world, and then suddenly realize that someone has been there working alongside you all along—and you never even noticed them until now! These are the people who make a difference in our lives every day.
They’re not famous and they don’t have their own TV shows or Twitter accounts—but they’re no less important.
But when you do make time for reflection, you’ll see that there are people who are making a difference in your community—people who don’t have the same kind of notoriety as their celebrity counterparts but who are no less important. From soup kitchen volunteers to teachers who inspire their students to become leaders, these are the people who make a difference in our lives every day. They’re not famous and they don’t have their own TV shows or Twitter accounts—but they’re no less important.
I’m talking about the little things that people do every day—the things that go unnoticed or unappreciated by most of us; things like helping someone cross the street or giving up your seat on public transportation. These are the people who make a difference in our lives every day!