Three ways to make a difference in the world

With so many social, economical and environmental concerns in our world it can seem like you’re swimming against a strong current just to make even a small change.

But how can we spread awareness about something that bothers us and we see as a real threat to the world’s people?

  1. Hold a meeting at a local coffee shop to brainstorm ways to reach out to the nearby community and spread awareness. This can be done extremely cheaply, by means of creating a Facebook group, paying for a cheap Sunday slot in the local newspaper, or even using networking apps Such as Shapr. there are several websites devoted to meeting people with similar interests as well. There is power in numbers, and a group of people with an appointed director, chief of communications, and so on is a great way to start making the change you seek right now.
  2. Make a blog! This one makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside, to be honest. It may seem like it’s a little over your head, but you can sign up for free WordPress blogs that practically build themselves. All you have to do is plug and play, literally. Adding new posts is as easy as clicking a single button and typing what is it that is on your mind. You have a mind, you have two hands and you have your voice. Use these gifts and make the world a better place for all God’s children.
  3. Lobby in the local government. This one is a little more extreme and time consuming, but if something really needs to be done, then this is the way to do it. I once read somewhere that unless you’re willing to physically be in a set time and place, you won’t quite be able to make the change you’re looking for. That’s where protests and lobbies come in. As always, you should link up with like-minded people and feed off of one another’s energy!

So with that, I’ll leave you for today.

There’s a whole slew of things that we as a species have to come together and fix, and only with the help of all echelons of society will we be able to do so.

So keep on in your constant march for betterment.

And I’ll see you tomorrow.