the condition of the world, and all the crime,
suffering and injustice thereof, some of us
say: "Well, what can I do? I am nobody,
and am not important." We thereby absolve
ourselves of any responsibility, and do nothing.
But is it really
true that, because we may not be rich, famous,
or influential, we can do nothing? Not really.
Whether we intend to do anything or not, we
are doing something, merely by living on this
planet. Each of us is only one person, to be
sure, but the population of the Earth—now
about six billion—is composed of such
units, is it not?
Come, take stock
of yourself; away with weak thoughts! You are
important. And how? Well, consider this: