2 months ago
while I'm writing these words I'm at the Starbucks in Malibu. In front of me there is a homeless. He's drinking his coffee. Actually every time I start on writing something, on social media in particular, I'm always in doubt because unfortunately words have lost their real value and meaning today. Anyway I still believe in the power of words as change agents. So I'm here to talk about my program again: let's stop the INDIFFERENCE and let's make a DIFFERENCE in this beautiful world! I was looking at the homeless and people told me - don't pay attention to him, we have many homeless here don't pay attention to them Don't pay attention to them? I personally pay attention to them! We have to pay attention to them! I suggest to take a ride on the bus here in LA. Many many homeless, many people who are lost and in need for attention and help. Many human beings with their stories, their dreams and fears.
I know there are homeless around the world and today especially but it doesn't mean that we have to think about this like something normal because that's not normal! People tell me - what do you want to do? You can't have any impact, these issues are too big and you can't do anything The problem is that I trusted them for a while. One day I started on thinking about my little action like a single drop of water. If you put many drops of water together, they make the ocean. It's the same about the goals you want to reach. Sometimes they look so far, almost impossible. If you think about your daily actions like single drops of water, you will see that day by day you are making something great, you are making a difference!
I just think that sometimes you just have to take action and do what you feel to do. Don't think about what people think. Don't pay attention to what is not important. Pay attention to what you can do and want to do in your life.
The other day I saw a homeless. I looked at her and smiled. She smiled. Her smile made my day.
When you pay attention to something or someone who looks invisible to others, you make a DIFFERENCE in your life first.
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