We only have one shot at making our world the place we want it to be. To make it something we can be proud of and something we would proudly hand over to the next generation. It is time we all looked at our everyday life and asked ourselves, “What can I do today that will help the next generation so they can live the life I envision?”
Each one of us has the ability to better our world and it is our responsibility to strive to find solutions to the problems we inherit. We see so many opportunities to inspire the next generation of leaders so that they too can enjoy our world and all its splendor.
We believe that we are all stewards of His creations and we have the responsibility to care for ourselves, our environment and for each other. Approach each day as a new opportunity to make a difference. We should all realize our own personal talents and find ways to apply them to affect change.
Take the time to show others how important it is to get involved and then lead by example. Problems can seem overwhelming on the surface but if we all address them with a sense of commitment and purpose, we will quickly see that we are not alone and that together we have what it takes to change the world.
Dwelling on the “how did this happen” robs us of precious time that could be spent on creating the solution. Each one of us has the ability to envision the type of world and environment we would like to live in; it is within our reach to fulfill that vision.
“Anybody can make a difference… if we can, you can too.”
Ask yourself, “What would I like to see changed in my world?” and then ask yourself, “What can I do to make the change a reality?”
We care about our environment and about all the living creatures living in it. Seek ways to protect what we hold dear to us and ask others to do the same.
Think about others first (including all the animals) before we think about our own personal gain.
There is more to life than just yourself, try to see beyond the reflection in the mirror and look deeper and try to find a way to help those that are less fortunate. Anything is possible if you believe.