I’m a quote-collector. Using quotes-as-mantras is as close as I get to religion, and I’m passing on the proselytizing goodness to you! If you have them, please send me those thoughts and quotes that you’ve found inspiring, calming, and/or thought-clarifying.
So today I start my other new job, the one I’m totally psyched about: teaching.
It’s not going to make me rich or famous, and it’s not going to save the anyone’s life, but I do think I can make a difference. I think everyone can make a difference, whether in one’s career, through volunteerism, political activism, or simply in the thousand little nothing-things that make up everyday life. So, as I set out to help young people learn about themselves and their world, I’m thinking about a quote from a young person whose own life, short and unglamorous though it was, has made a big difference in the lives of others: Anne Frank. This week’s thought:
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.