Bloganuary: Even the smallest person can change the world

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Day 29. “Even the smallest person can change the world”- Roger Rabbit. Or, “Even the smallest person can change the course of the future” – Galadriel in Lord of the rings. Some people think they can’t change the world, but they are wrong. We are in this together. We should think about climate change. Saving humankind is the main priority. You can change it by doing little things. Walk instead of taking the car. Travel to places where you can get without a plane. Don’t litter in nature. Recycle all the things you can. You can also teach your kids good manners. Try to think positive because negative thinking only makes you feel miserable. Be open-minded and think about your attitude. It begins with you. Just because something has always been done in a certain way doesn’t mean you can’t change it. That’s how I am changing the world.

If you don’t think about the problems, nothing will ever change. If people only think about themselves, the future will be dark for the next generation. Nature is not the only one that should be saved. You should also try to enlighten people about other issues in the world. There are many homeless, lonely, poor people, health issues and so on. One person can’t save the world by themselves. But if we work together, we can make a difference. If we don’t do anything, nothing will change. If I repeated myself in this post, it doesn’t matter. Important things should be repeated.

A song that gives me feels the most is ‘Man in the Mirror’ by Michael Jackson. He cared for the environments and things that were wrong in the world. You should listen to the words because it’s all so true. The lyrics video is below.

It’s you, not me

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Some might think I suffer from some kind of encephalopathy. But it’s you and not me. My brain works just fine. I’m not the one who leaves things lying around in the street. I don’t litter in nature either. So who has something wrong with their minds? Sometimes you would think some piece is missing from their brains. How difficult is it to put trash in a bin? Especially now when people need to wear a mask. Some people don’t care and throw them everywhere. It’s disgusting to see those things on the street. The same goes for cigarette stubs. Even if the bin is near, they throw them on the ground. Littering in the first place is so uncivilised. What are people, animals? Even animals are cleaner than humans. It’s a disgrace. Adults teach kids to live around trash. No wonder oceans and seas are full of all kind of crap. Kids are our future, they say. I have no hope in them if they act the way they do now. It won’t help if only some youngsters care about the environment. We all should do something about it, or the future world will become a big trash can.

I like learning new things, but sometimes it can be something you didn’t expect. Yesterday, I had a driving lesson with a real car. It was quite difficult to drive it because it’s a new model. The handbrake is only a switch, and there is no key to start it. That’s only a button. To make the car move, you should lift the clutch up slowly. If you do it too fast, the car moves faster too. The same with the break. If you push it too hard, it jerks. When you have to use the clutch so much, your left leg gets tired. The whole lesson went to learn about the car and how to use the clutch. I drove around the block in a quiet street. There wasn’t any time to drive longer than that. I’m worried I might crash because the car wasn’t the same as I have driven before. I let the teacher drive back to the driving school. So I have to take at least 4 hours more of lessons because I won’t get past the test with only one drive. It’s a bit weird to learn to drive a newer car when you have a totally different one. Driving any car isn’t as easy as it looks. You need to know the gear by heart because you need to see where you are going. It’s not easy to see from your driving seat to the other side. Especially when you’re not experienced enough. When you’re driving, there is so much to do and see. I don’t know how someone can look on their mobile when they drive. It’s really dangerous to do so anyway.

At least I use my brain. Unlike certain others. You would think employers have a brain shortage of some kind because finding a job is like trying to make sense of something that is obvious to you but not to them. Having educations and good health doesn’t mean you will get hired. I’ve applied for a job, but I won’t get it because I don’t have experience. I don’t want it now anyway. It’s useless to use your brain cells to search for a job. It makes me go round a twist. Not as much as littering and people who don’t care about anything but themselves, though. They should have their brain checked. Maybe you can find some kind of encephalopathy in them. At least it’s not me; it’s you.