Everyone has a cause that inspires them. We don’t select our cause; our cause selects us. If you already know what your cause is, then you are ahead of the game. If you don’t, the first step is to discover that cause.
This is our world, and it is our responsibility to heal and care for it. We can’t control everything, but we can definitely make a difference. Accepting responsibility to help is an essential step to address our chosen issue. .
To surrender is “to submit to an idea or concept of service”. The person surrendering stops resisting thoughts and ideas that discourage them from getting involved. People who think too much before they act don’t act too much. That is why surrendering is so essential – it takes this indecisiveness out of the equation.
Do something to help – anything. Something great often comes from the accumulation of many small things. If everyone stood up and did at least one thing to add to the solution, a monumental outcome could be possible. There is great strength in numbers. If 10 million people make 10 million decisions to act, this represents 10 million steps forward.