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Be the CHANGE you wish to see in the world

Be the CHANGE you wish to see in the world .

Gandhi was a man who believed in change in the world. He knew if he tried hard enough, that he would succeed. After all of his hard work, it made a difference. Now many people look up to him as a role model. What can you do to help make a change?

Making a change isn't hard. Many people, especially teenger's, think that there's nothing they can do to help. But to help change the world, you start with smaller projects and move up. from there.

"Be the change you wish to see in the world." This quote invites us to make a difference. How? Well, there's a variety of way's. 1: One way is by simply not getting caught up in the media. Pay more attention to global issue's instead of celebrity new's. 2:Go online and share your idea's with other people who are intrested in the same issue. 3: Volenteer at a soup kitchen. Poor people have it harder than us. Volenteering at a soup kitchen will fill their stomach's and heart's.

4: Donate Blood. Giving blood can really help because people in countries where people need blood can save a life. 5: Donate old clothes,toys and food to a charity that will distribute these item's to people in africa.

Motivation

Inspiration

"Be Bold!"

Equality

One example of a severly effected place that's getting ignored is Darfur. Darfur is located in Sudan,Africa. Non-Arab families are forced out of their homes or killed on the spot. Where is the rest of the world? Many people believe that "the problem will go away," but when the problem is "gone" is it really?

How to help?Support a family in a refugee camp.Send money, food and clothes.Write letter's of encouragment. Reminding them to stay strong and stay safe. Encouragment can really boost confidence.

One World & One Love

Fairness

Freedom

Never To Late

Hope

Pray

Healing

Courage

Caring

Believe


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