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Your Little is Enough


You can't save the whole world of its problems. But you can do so much in your little corner.

You can't feed all of the hungry mouths in your country. But you can feed that single neighbor of yours who's dying of hunger.

You can't send all of the out of school children in your state back to school. But you can bring smiles to a single child's life by helping her get education.

You can't help all of the people nursing suicidal thoughts in your community. But your listening ear, encouraging words, and helping hands could be all that just one need to choose life over ending it all.

You can't help everyone, but the little you could do is enough. 

Yes, it is enough.

Because when you do your little and I do mine, it will culminate into something great and massive. Thus, making an impact in our world positively. 

Never turn down a chance to make a difference in someone's life no matter how little it could be. You might be their "saving grace!"

People might easily forgot what you did but they'll never forget how you make them feel. Take every chance you have to make that impression on their hearts. It will remain indelible.

We are all invited to make our world a little bit better than we met it. Let's do this wholeheartedly for our own good, and that of our future generation.

Much love from #MattCares 😊.

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