Day 2 ~ As the Saying Goes, you May not be Able to Change the World

As the saying goes, you may not be able to change the world, but you can change a person’s world. Today let me be generous with my time, money or kindness, whatever I can give. Perhaps to someone who needs a listening ear, someone who needs a meal or someone who just needs a pep up. Let me spread some positivity around in any way I can.

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