After preparing batter for a dozen muffins I began to scoop it into the pan, but ran out before all the cups were filled. By taking a small contribution from those that had enough, I was able to get a full 12 muffins. Had I not done so, the first 10 might have come out slightly larger, but not significantly so. This caused me to think…
How often do I hold onto my own half teaspoonful of resources (smiles, words of kindness, small donations) thinking that my wee contribution won’t make much difference? Perhaps individually it may not, though you never know. What can make a difference is the power of the collective.
As we move through our days, let’s look for those opportunities to do whatever we can as individuals to make the world a better place, trusting that if we all do this then good things will result.
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