9 months ago
Last edited at 9:17PM on 3/25/2013
Absolutely. I like the Rosa Parks example. And even if you can't make that huge of a difference in the world, you can make a world of difference in someone's life; All it takes is one person, to make an impact on someone.
9 months ago
Last edited at 9:07PM on 3/25/2013
Yes, of course. Recently there was an apartment fire near where I live. One person saw the fire and started banging on doors telling everyone to get out. Because of this person everyone and all their pets got out safely. 1/2 the people were out before the alarm started to sound. 8 apartments were destroyed.
Yes one person can make a diffrence. One decision can change the course history forever just one person can make a huge diffrence from either just living or helping out any one person can make a diffrence. Be the change you wanna be.
definitely! Not only on a large scale like the people mentioned; but also on a daily, everyday basis. Sort of like the idea of "pay it forward",or that Credit Card commercial, smile at enough people and that smile will make someone happy and get passed on. Do a small good deed like helping someone load the groceries in their car and you will have made their day so much nicer and they are likely to be nicer to another in turn... If enough "one's" do this... Imagine the cumulative effect! I do this all the time and have seen and heard of some of the "forwards", it works! Not in every case... But hey, keep trying & smiling!:-)
Yes.When my mum passed a few years ago. So many people came to her funeral we had never seen before and many that we had forgotten.But,they all had sth special to say about my mum and that was how she had in many ways touched and influenced their lives.
Indeed. History has repeatedly shown how one person can make a huge impact and change the course of history. Just look at Martin Luther King, Jr., Martin Luther, Billy Graham, Adolf Hitler, Charles Darwin, Charles Spurgeon, and many others. However, this change isn't always for the better. Some people, like Adolf Hitler, find themselves in a position of great power and influence, but chose to use this for their own selfish desires. A great thing to remember is that with great power [even influence] comes great responsibility.