The Dalai Lama said, “If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito.”
How many times have you given up on changing things by hiding behind the excuse “It’s no use anyway”?
If you have seen “Take the Lead” you know that giving up to the cry of “we don’t matter anyway” was the favorite sport of Pierre Dulaine’s students.
It is called the butterfly effect and is the principle that every daily decision and every small habit can produce, or rather, end up making a big change over time.
“The beating of a butterfly’s wings can cause a hurricane on the other side of the world.”
No need to go far. It is enough to start with your surroundings.
From your daily life, from the places you frequent.
Give up a bad habit here and save a turtle in the Galapagos… Who knows!
Buy a few products responsibly and preserve 1 square kilometer of Amazon rainforest
And the great thing is that the more of us there are, the more chain reactions are triggered and the more good we do.
Imagine the power of this, what we could do together!