A community isn’t built or befriended,
it’s connected by offering and accepting.
Community is affinity, identity, and kinship
that make room for ideas, thoughts, and solutions.
Wherever a community gathers, we aspire and inspire each other intentionally . . . And our words shine with authenticity.
Does It Matter that We’re Here?
So many people are in the world. So many problems large and small. We watch and maybe wonder where we fit, what we might do. So many days it can seem that any effort is sure to fail. How could one person possibly make a difference in the world?
Here’s what Chris Cree said . . .
My suggestion is to start where you are and do what you can.
Iâm reminded of the story of the grandfather walking the beach where thousands of starfish had been stranded by the tide. As he walked along he would reach down grab a starfish and toss it back into the sea.
His grandson asked him why he bothered. With all those stranded starfish there was no way he could really make a difference.
As he held up the next starfish the grandfather responded, âTo this one starfish I can make all the difference in the world.â
A successful and outstanding blogger said that.
–ME “Liz” Strauss