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.

Trust me I know what I’m doing

This is what the word trust came to mind. It’s a quote from the TV series called Sledge Hammer. He always said it but things went wrong. If I said it I would really mean it. I usually don’t know what I want so I would be lying. When I know I want I really mean trust me I know what I’m doing. Like I know now what I’m doing at work. I want more job experience so I can get more confidence to become an entrepreneur later on. I realise more and more that waking up early is not my thing. I want to wake up when I feel like it and I don’t mean sleeping all day. I want to choose my own schedule and not being at work at 9 am sharp. Now I have to wake up after 6 am so I don’t get late for work. My job is 4 hours and 50 minutes but it’s the waking up early that makes me tired. I have to take a nap in the evening because of that. Which is the reason blogging might not happen that often right now. Except for the holidays and Sundays. Trust me I know what I’m doing. And I really meant it.