Ibelieve the term (bloom where your planted) is an important way of life.If you have the opertunity to reach further to make an impact in this world, do it.But all of us have the opertunity to show kindness to others.Have you ever noticed when you smile and encourage a grouchy till person the whole energy around you changes.The other person feels better,and in turn helps others feel better,and who knows how far that ripple effect will go.The same for our enviroment.When I walk the nature trails,I carry a plastic bag with me and pick up garbage I see,(use gloves if you have to ) Others may notice and maybe they never thought about it,but maybe they will think about it and stop tossing garbage on the ground.Their are many more exampls I could give but Ill give it a rest for now. cheers.
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