I have a saying that I use very often: "Start making a change yourself and start doing it step by step, because even a step forward is a big deal!". Following up my last Journal, entitled "I still believe in a better world", this is meant to remind people that we are the only ones responsible for the fate of this world.
People can ruin it, as well as save it. Saving it takes time, of course, because one cruel act can take centuries of rebuilding. But hard work is the leading path to a fulfilling and fruitful success. Don't give up, people, no matter how long or harsh the journey may appear!
And, YES, you count! Even one person doing the right thing matters.
Start by doing something, anything, today!
Here's something that I have recently found: The non-profits
. It is a list with non-profit Projects, like our "Think About It" Project is. One of the differences between our Project and those mentioned in the list is that they have big sponsors ( who give money for each click you freely offer ) and we don't have any sponsors ( I and *Alligatorr
are our only sponsors
Somebody asked me a few days ago if the idea of saving so much is possible with one simple click and my answer is still a firm Yes. These companies have more money than we can imagine. Our hands would tremble on a piece of paper if we were ever forced to write down that sum, even hypothetically. These donations they give are nothing for them, but they are the salvation for those in need. If you want a comparison, think about what a 500ml bottle of clean water means to us
and what it means to those who struggle to find even a few drops.
Think about that!
What's a click to us? Even 100? They take a maximum hour and they do a lot of good. Be honest, how many hours do we spend surfing the web just for pleasure? So the effort isn't so big if we put things in the balance. You don't even have to click on all those 84 links to different websites. You can prioritize and choose the causes that you relate to the most.
Remember the essential: One free click changes someone's day and, implicitly, their life!