01/07/2013
Category: Life

Photo by Bonnie Courtland (Creative Commons)

We wish the world was a better place.

We wish our life was easier.

And we can easily defer the responsibility to change the world to other people.

We assume we are:

  • Too busy
  • Too important
  • Not important enough
  • Too old
  • Too young

Maybe the best way to change the world is to start with the little patch that we live within.

This video is a wonderful example of heart and art being offered to the world.

Originally shared by Daniel H. Pink.  Check out his site.

One Man’s Quest to Make a City Smile

 

A great podcast that you might enjoy also:

Living the Truest Version of You with Jon Dale.

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Posted on: 01 / 07 / 2013