“Of all your enumerable friends, not one of them loves you more than I love you, right this very moment.
The Universe“©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
At least you are being loved right? In this very large Universe of ours, and that does not include the Multiverse theory which might, possibly, have parallel Universes out there, we feel like totally alone among the 7.1 billion people sharing planet Earth. It can be difficult to comprehend how can we have impact among people in our direct environment. A recent post on FB caught my attention and I feel it to be right on target. It is from Dalai Lama and it goes like: “If you think you are too small to make a difference, try sleeping with a mosquito in the room”. If you don’t think that is true, then what is? We all have somewhat of an impact on people’s live, even if it feels like we do not. Every of our actions, our behavior, our attitude, our participation, our generosity, and everything else you can do to change the world will make a difference. Never underestimate yourself. You are definitely making a change.
I read another post on FB of someone mentioning something quite troubling. It goes like: ” What’s the point of me posting anything out here if no one is reading it or liking my post. Why am I wasting my time sharing my knowledge if no one appreciates it. Just a waste”. I responded to him saying:
” Regardless if people reads it or not, sharing your knowledge is something that you are doing because of doing something good for the one who values your knowledge. It doesn’t matter if you have 100 likes or 1 like, what matters is exposing your talents and sharing for the greater good of society. You are not being judged by the amount of likes but preferably by the quality of your post. Never compare yourself to posts that have 1000 likes but no depth or quality in the content. Most readers are interested in drama and stupidity. You want to attract the real readers. That’s what counts.”
You are being loved by the people that counts, and not for the quantity, but the quality.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD