Lets face it, the world is not in mint condition. Not being negative about it but it is what it is or is it? Did she do this to herself? Doubt it. So, who’s responsible? Answer is all of us responsible for the earth and her well-being. Not pointing fingers to anyone, but every single person on top of her green planet should be have some sense of responsibility in preserving mother nature. A big task, so you think to yourself, fear not because sometimes the biggest impact starts with doing the littlest things.
Volunteer Your Time at Local Schools
The logic behind this is simple, if you care for the future of the world, then we should start focusing on those who are literally the future of this world, the children. Spend time helping them reach their potential by mentoring, listening, sharing knowledge and experiences, they may also remind you many things you may have forgotten. The future depends on them.
See the Humanity of other People and Respect their Dignity
That homeless you see on the street makes him no less than human. Though his own life choices or circumstances are beyond his control that has led him to be like such. Greet him with a warm hello, that very well could bring healing to his heart. Heal the world by healing one person at time.
Use Less Paper
Paper comes from trees in the evergreen forest and the more paper we use the more trees are cut down hence creating an unbalance in nature. Replace it with an email or type it on your device instead of jotting it down on a piece of paper, and while you’re at it, bring your own fabric shopping bags to the store. Trees are literally breathing life into our lives.
Donate to Clean Water Charities
Did you know that a large portion of the world is without fresh drinking water? It’s a drought epidemic. So, you can make the world a better place by donating fresh water to organizations or charities to fight against the lack of clean water around the globe. Your donation could result in the reduction of preventable, water-related diseases.
Being selfish is so much a yesterday’s subject. Try being generous and see how your life changes. Buy two coffees the next time you’re in line at the coffee shop and give that extra one to the person behind you, read to children at your local schools or simply listen when someone is talking to you. Your generosity will energize you and you’ll feel less helpless about how to make the world a better place. One act of random kindness at a time and you will get more out of life.