Tuesday, June 25, 2013

What is any ocean but a multitude of droplets?



Conventional wisdom seems to hold that one person cannot truly make a difference in the grand scheme of things. But is this really true? An exchange near the end of the movie "Cloud Atlas" had a profound effect on me. In the exchange, a cynical man tells an idealist “no matter what you do, it wouldn't amount to anything but a single drop in an ocean!” To which the idealist replied “But what is any ocean but a multitude of drops?”
Think about that quote for a second. “What is any ocean but a multitude of drops?”
It may be the most beautiful quote I’ve ever heard in my life. To me, the quote is saying that we are not drops that exist independently of one another, but rather we are all part of the ocean. I believe this illustrates the interconnectedness of every being on this earth.
What does this quote illustrate to you? Can one person truly make a difference in the world?

138 comments:

  1. it is something i struggle with at times...as i have commited my life to playing a drop...and there are days you dont see the ripples...and times you dont see the ripples until much later in life...i have had kids i worked with that i saw years later and that was when i saw the power of one drop...

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  2. Ghandi thought so.
    I'm a Christian, and I'd say Jesus made a huge difference.
    Every drop creates a ripple, one that other drops can continue.
    And TEAM stands for Together Everyone Achieves More.
    That's all the deep thoughts I have today...

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  3. I like to think that I am a DROP that makes a difference in my own part of the 'ocean.' As a former teacher, I like to think that there are some children / grown-ups out there who are a bit enriched by having known me...even if they themselves may ot know it. And I like to think that other people I know / have known are / were touched in some way. I think the drops in an ocean have a ripple effect. You never know where the influence of one drop goes. I hope the influence of my little drop has expanded many fold.

    On another note, there are drops that make a major difference. Shakespeare was one man...now known / read / studied throughout the world. Martin Luther King, Gandhi, Walt Disney, Thomas Edison, Winston Churchill, Anne Frank......these people were only 'one drop' as well. One drop CAN make a difference....either on a small scale or a large scale. Some drops are evil (ie Adolf Hitler) and their ripple effect (unfortunately) spread as well Let us all strive to be positive drops. Fine post today, Keith!

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  4. Hmmmm yes and no, anything you do can make a difference. But it depends on what it is I think if it will truly make a difference. You help someone then yeah, you pick up a piece of trash among 100's of other pieces, nope.

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  5. No doubt, one person can make a difference. But the sea is more than just droplets. It is a living organism in its own right.

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  6. Wow!! That is an amazing quote! And I truly do believe one person can make a HUGE difference!!!

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  7. One person can certainly make a difference. We have many examples throughout history.

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  8. I think that one person can make a difference—a huge one. A single person can influence many.

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  9. One person can definitely make a difference... Look how many have. :) Excellent quote!

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  10. I find this quote deeply profound and moving...and yes, I really do believe that one person can make a difference.
    For, as that one person changes the way he/she thinks, so that, in turn, influences the thought patterns of those around him/her. And so the spiral expands...

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  11. Although it may not feel like it at times, a single person can make a difference, especially if moving in tandem with like-minded people. Great quote, Keith :)

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  12. The other day, I let a woman go ahead of me on line at the grocery store. She had one item while I had a bunch and wasn't in any hurry. She was grateful - which I appreciated - but what shook me was how surprised she was at the gesture - she actually said something like how there weren't any nice people in the world anymore. How sad to feel like that!

    Maybe my "drop" of niceness gave her the inspiration to do something similar for someone else later that day or the next. And maybe when I'm having a bad day, a drop of kindness might then fall my way. :)

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  13. Rosa Parks...Gandhi...so many others. Oh yes, one person can certainly make a difference.

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  14. Yes, any individual can make a difference. For example: Jesus Christ, Mahatma Gandhi, etc.

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  15. Have you read the book? The book is amazing! I haven't seen the movie. I'm sure it's very good but I know the book is brilliant.

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  16. Yes, we all do make a difference. It's just in the way we choose - positive or negative.

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  17. I think one person can make a difference

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  18. What a lovely quote. We are all the drops that build an ocean.

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  19. I do believe that one person can make a difference, lets hope that it's a positive difference.
    JB

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  20. I think one person can make a difference.

    At the same time it takes the massess to make the differences and listen.

    Everyone has different views, and doubts things because with the media and government we've been lied to so much. It used to be that one person could hold a lot of power. It can be done, but it's so hard to carry it now a days.

    I was watching an interview with Julie Taymor, who produced Frida, Lion King on Broadway, Phantom of the Opera, Spiderman on Broadway, Across the Universe and more. The interview was conducted on PBS's NOW with Bill Moyers. Julie traveled to Indonesia, and observed a tribe dressed in warrior costumes; dancing for no one. They didn't know she was watching them. They weren't dancing for anyone, but a supreme being and themselves. It was so inspiring and deep. They had an understanding of one another. Here in the US we used to be able to have religious conversations. Now you feel like your phone conversations could be listened to if you are not on the side of the government. Julie talked about the fact that we are in a state of fear, and all have a different page in a book. Conversations that were once had at the dinner table we still have, but often they end in fights.

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  21. If I didn't think one person could make a difference, I don't think I would be here. I think we tend to look to make a huge difference and forgot how profound a small difference can be.

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  22. I don't think about that much but I have experience that phenomenon - I know there have been times when just a word or gesture from someone turned my day around. And, there have been times when I heard from someone that some interaction I had with them, made a difference. It's the lived experience that makes it real.

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  23. Yes, one drop can indeed make a difference.

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  24. After Reading all your comments the general oppinion is that a drop does make a difference.I also think that it depends on many factors, however, I continue to pick up my trash, and my dogs do-do, with optimismn, at least no one is going to step in my dogs poo:=)It doesn't make a lot of difference but it makes some, and a kind word or a smile can make someones day, so yes what ever we do, does make a difference.

    Have a good week Keith:)

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  25. That quote is really terribly powerful, Keith. It's something to put on the fridge. Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Yes, one person can make a difference. Maybe not a worldwide difference, but a difference in the life of just one person at a time is meaningful. I love that quote, too. It reminds me that we're all connected and that we all matter.

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  27. really, really like it. we are all connected.

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  28. I love that quote. I will be trying until my last breath to make some kind of positive difference in this world-

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  29. I think that is true - we are independent yet dependent. And I just realized for some reason that when I brought my bloglovin over - I didn't get you - now I do - phew! sandie

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  30. One persona makes all of the difference, especially when it is a lot of 'one person's' being measured collectively (like in your ocean). I love the quote.

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  31. I love that quote! It has SO MUCH meaning.

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  32. Love the quote...

    There are so many times one person has made a difference: Schindler, Mother Teresa, Joan d'Arc immediately come to mind.

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  33. I love this quote, and it is beautiful. I need to watch that movie.

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  34. YES, one person can definitely make a difference. If I encounter thousands of starfish stranded on the beach, I can pick some of them up and toss them into the water, one at a time. I can't save them all, but my actions make all the difference in the world to the ones I throw back into the water.

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  35. That's very cool my friend, I think it's so important to think in terms of the small and the big picture. The other thing that comes to mind here is who decides what's important? Many of us have no idea the difference we've made in someone else's life...just look you made my day brighter already.

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  36. for certain one person can do anything---you know it is something about your picture today that really calms me and comforts--just lovely!

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  37. Awesome. You never know when your drop will be the one that spills over the rim, eh?

    I often read a favorite article that's somewhat similar to this called Drops of Awesome--about individual acts each day, and looking positively on each act we perform as a drop of awesome that fills up our proverbial bucket of happiness. Keeps things in perspective.

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  38. Gorgeous post and photo. Now I want to watch Cloud Atlas and by the way, thank you for your daily quotes Keith.

    I believe the one is in all and the all is in one. The one becomes more connected thru the all and the all expands thru the one. So cool.

    Namaste' beautiful friend.

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  39. One person can make a difference. It may be small, I may not see the end result but I'm sure of it. Stopping for pedestrians, smiling at someone, a comforting hand on someone, reaching and out and caring. You don't know what it does but I remember the kindnesses of others and it encourages me to make a positive choice rather than a negative one to this day. They certainly changed my world.

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  40. I haven't seen that movie yet, but it's on my Netflix list.

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  41. Never saw the film. However, from a Buddhist standpoint, all things are interconnected, and actions can have profound effects. You can kind of see this from a scientific viewpoint as well, look at an ecosystem or even our solar system-connectivity on a cosmic scale. I think of that any time I start to get a little solipsistic.

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  42. Hi Keith - you hit the jackpot with positiveness here - and definitely one person can make a difference and continue to do so long after they've gone. I love the idea of the butterfly effect ... and we should all do more each day and with joy in our heart ... help others too ..

    ... but Andrew makes a very good additional comment - the ocean is a living organism, as are all microscopic things - even that droplet ..

    let's protect life and those droplets of love .. cheers Hilary

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  43. At the moment I have had more than my fill of philosophical, inspirational, obvious, trite and ultimately banal quotes, thoughts, sayings.

    “What is any ocean but a multitude of drops?” - Really? No kidding? Never occurred to me! Can one person make a difference in the world? I don't know - most us are just trying to survive.

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  44. I think we all can make a difference we just need to try. I love your approach to this.

    Have a terrific day. ☺

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  45. We are all in this together. If you think about the chemical make up of water - H2O - and how it has a net positive charge on the hydrogen atoms. The hydrogen bonds are constantly breaking and reforming, so if we are all drops of water we are sharing elements. We are all one, but individuals. When we do something it does affect the greater whole, so why act in a way that is for the highest good of all. I so love chemistry!

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  46. I think we all have an impact in one way or another - although some people may do it on a larger scale. I like the quote a lot - it's a reminder that we are all part of something larger.

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  47. Wow, I could brain trip over that one all day. But I think the tiniest of actions or words can make a HUGE difference in one person's life. And, to me, that is something. We can't all impact a large audience but if I can touch just a few people in my life in a positive way I think I can be happy with that. I just took my daughter to see Epic (the kids movie) and there's a quote: "Many leaves, one tree". which had the same impact on me as this quote did for you. (Note to self: Watch Cloud Atlas!!!)

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  48. Ever look at something huge, like a mountain, and end up feeling bigger?

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/06/wordless-wednesday-teachers-pay-teachers.html

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  49. You said it perfectly Keith!

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  50. I love this post. Everything is connected, even if we don't know our part or don't see instant results. Everything we do, every decision we make affects the whole.

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  51. One person can't change everything, but they can make a difference no matter how big or small the act is. Great quote. I haven't seen this movie yet, but will look forward to that quote when I do.

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  52. I will write a quote that summarizes my thoughts on the matter:
    "I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something and because I cannot do everything I will not refuse to do the something that I can do." Helen Keller

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  53. That is a great quote. If everyone made a little difference right where they are what a GREAT difference it would make to the world!!!
    We can all be a shining light to those around us.

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  54. I much prefer this to the existentialist view that 'nothing any of us do makes any difference so what's the point?' I think we can all make a difference, even if it is only in the small ways, like smiling at a stranger or letting someone out in traffic.

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  55. one person truly can, I LOVE your photo!

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  56. Such a lovely read!
    I believe the word "we" makes the word "I" stronger!

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  57. YES, I love this saying!!! This goes back to what we were talking about recently. People say that they cannot save the world, so why bother. BUT God does not ask us to save the world. Only to help whoever we encounter, and If we all did this, the world would be awesome!

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  58. Yes. I LOVE this saying! We never know how we may affect someone around us. Everything is connected!

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  59. That is a powerful quote! I haven't seen that movie yet but sounds like it gets you thinking. One of my favorite quotes (by Margaret Mead) is "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." I believe just one person can change the world as well. As long as you are passionate and committed about your cause you can bring great change!

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  60. i've always loved this saying:-) x

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  61. I think we do but rarely get to know how. Some how we affected others in ways unknown to us at the time and set off ripples of change. Like the butterfly effect.

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  62. The ripples from just one drop I believe can spread out a long ways even after those ripples appear to be gone.

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  63. Oh goodness... I'm a firm believer that one person CAN make a difference. Without that thought, I think we would live without hope. And living without hope is a very dark and awful place.

    Now I want to read all of these comments because I'm intrigued...

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  64. I believe one person can make a difference. Big or small differences. Seen or not seen. I have had connections with people that made a big difference in my life Physically and emotionally. Some where only brief encounters.

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  65. Remember the story of the woman who was throwing starfish back into the ocean that landed on the beach? She saw them dying and was trying to give them LIFE back. A passerby said, "Lady you can't possibly make a difference to all these starfish. Look at all of them. There must be HUNDREDS ... maybe THOUSANDS!" The lady picked up another one on the shore and threw it back into the ocean and said.. "well, it made a difference to THIS one!"....

    And that's all we can do!!

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  66. We all can and should make a difference for the better. If we don't, what is the point of being here, in the broader sense? Wonderful post Keith and love that photo!

    Happy Tuesday, G

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  67. Yes Keith... one person can make a difference... I have seen this countless times.

    Even in my own little world I can see where I finally made the choice to walk each day and post it to FB to keep me honest with myself.... Many people are messaging me from church and work and they are now walking too... Just a little something but it feels good that by making my decision, others felt the desire too:)

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  68. I think everyone makes a difference in the world, someway or somehow! Nice post and photos.

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  69. One person can make a huge difference. Yes one droplet at a time we can change this world I am sure of this too. B

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  70. I always say I'm so big that losing a pound is like losing a drop in the ocean. But what if I lost lost the 120 pounds I need to, a little bit less ocean maybe, and a lot less me. :)

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  71. I think that one person can definitely make a difference. Beautiful quote!

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  72. I love this because yes, sometimes you wonder why you don't things and why it would ever matter..

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  73. I believe that one person can make a difference in some else life, even just a small as a smile ~Smiles ~

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  74. I believe that every single person makes a difference in some way - good or bad.

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  75. Yes, I do believe one person can make a difference.

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  76. A stranger made a difference in my life today just by leaving me a happy note on my car. God bless those people who don't give up hope and make "little" differences that are quite large to me.

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  77. Of course! It's like that story of the child on the beach tossing back all the starfish that had washed up. The child was told that there were too many and that she'd never make a difference. The child replied after tossing another one back into the ocean, "I made a difference to that one".

    I believe we all make a difference in the simple lives we're leading each day. For better or worse.

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  78. Being that they are a billion people in the world, one can make a difference but not for all. Some will listen, some don't care and for some the information will reach them. One person can make a difference in one's life. Most defiantly.

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  79. Your post reminds me of a story I read about a man who walked along a beach throwing starfish back into the ocean after they had washed up on the shore. When a cynical friend said that would hardly make a difference, since it was such a regular occurence and so many starfish were dead, the man picked one up and threw it into the water and said, "Made a difference to that one."

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  80. I'm sure I wrote something very similar into a story a few years ago. It's comforting to think we're all in this together, and generally moving in the same direction.

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  81. I'll come back to you once I am the ruler of the known Universe...

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  82. I quite agree ‘we are all part of the ocean’! Each tiny droplet is responsible for flood...

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  83. I believe so, everyone can make difference in this world; for instance being a good example to your family and community and eventually everyone where gonna do the same..:)

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  84. Aloha,

    I believe a father can truly influence his family for 100 years - *if* he does it right:)

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  85. Difficult for one person to make a difference, but yes, he or she can be an inspiration and motivate a million others !!!

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  86. Reminds me of a saying here at work, any time we are discussing a monumental task.

    "How are we going to eat this elephant?"

    "One bite at a time..."

    Pearl

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  87. Thought provoking quote!

    How strange na,one drop loses its own identity and get mixed with an ocean and nobody ever knows where it has gone!...

    Devotion.

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  88. Like your image conveys..our sphere of influence is one of the most important things we have going in our lives and we must approach it with sincerity, responsibility and whimsy!

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  89. love this quote I think.I heard something like this from mother Teresa when people said her your work is only a drop in the ocean
    she said bu ocean is many drops.Is really true!

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  90. I think one person can make a difference. We can look back on our own lives and think of at least one person who said or did something that made a difference to us. Imagine if we all strived to be that person!

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  91. I love that! Here's one from the Dalai Lama - If you think you are too small to make a difference, ask a mosquito!

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  92. One hundred percent yes. Look at Nelson Mandela.

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  93. Sometimes I do feel awfully small, and sometimes I wonder -- why bother? Even the great people in this lifetime will be forgotten in a thousand years (I mean, really, as far as ancient history goes, I can name like Julius Caesar and Jesus).

    But then I think of that ocean analogy. I don't have to move the ocean, part the waters, or dry the seas. I just need to keep nudging the current in the right direction.

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  94. Yes, one person can make a difference. I live my life so as to be missed when I'm gone. Small deeds accumulate, making a big difference, over time.

    One life showing the way is better than ten tongues trying to explain it.

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  95. I am a firm believer that every good deed and kind word makes a difference. I love that part about us all being the ocean.xxxx

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  96. The world is globalized and our decisions ripple far more with every purchase and action than we will ever realize.

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  97. I first came across that comparison (individuals -> humanity as droplets -> ocean) when studying Buddhism, which is full of excellent little bits of wisdom like that. Although it's really "all of existence" that is the ocean, not just humanity. Very thought-provoking. I love the image you selected, too!

    -S

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  98. The. Difference that one person can make...is vital.......if he or she makes a difference to just one. Other person

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  99. Every action ripples outwards. Every action has a reaction. We all effect the whole. It all starts with you, what you choose to do, say and think. You create your own world through your own actions and thoughts and these affect everyone in your life, etc, etc. It all ripples outward and eventually comes back to us. You pay it forward. You can't say and do hurtful things to others and then not expect it to ripple outward. Likewise, kindness has the same effect. That's how I think.

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  100. Such a simple answer: yes. Pay it forward.

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  101. Definitely, I think one person can make a difference. It's a nice thing to think about too because sometimes the world doesn't seem like such a great place, but in it there are great people doing great things and touching the lives of others.

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  102. Its a nice image to think on, even if it may not be as deep as it initially seems.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  103. One person can change one person, who can change yet another. Yes, mighty ripples collectively done make a difference...for good OR bad...

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  104. I really like that. I am a realist myself and honestly I LOVE when an optimist puts me in my place! I need optimists! In fact, I'm about to write a post about that!

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  105. absolutely! We are like little drops of water and each of us do make a difference- for example think if we all threw our trash on the ground instead of nicely putting it into a trash barrel? Or stopped recycling? We all can make a positive affect on our neighborhood, our city our country our world! Great post! Have a splendid week!

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  106. Wonderful quote. I truly believe one person makes a difference. How is it that so many people start to make the same kinds of changes in their lives, like recycling and eating less meat? It starts with a few people and then spreads until it's huge! It's something in the air! :)

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  107. Wonderful quote to think about. One person can make a difference in another persons life. You may not be able to help everyone but to the one person you do help, you mean everything to them.

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  108. I don't know about changing the world, but the quote suggest to me that we, humans, are connected one to another no matter what. Regardless geographical distance or sex, or nationality, we're all the droplets that make up this big ocean that we, paradoxically, call Earth. :-)

    Greetings from London.

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  109. Every one, every creature makes a difference in the world. Some good, some bad and some extraordinary.

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  110. Each drop is the ocean. A great analogy to the universe and everything in it......all connected and one.

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  111. Oceans, yes plural, Oceans of droplets thus many many peeps!

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    1. And it is thought that life originated in the oceans. Thanks, Sophie -- that's a good point.
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  112. Yes they can! I've heard that movie is life changing. I really want to see it.

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  113. Every person can make a difference. I think the real struggle is finding out what your difference is. Whether it be big or small.

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  114. I think everyone DOES make a difference. I think most of the time people are trying to put a name to what that difference is and that's the main struggle.

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  115. An ocean of difference ...

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  116. To me it illustrates the ripple effect. One drop spreads. We rented that movie and didn't end up having time to watch it. I'll have to get it again.

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  117. Gandhi did! We're all in this together. We all contribute something, somehow, somewhere. Yes. We are an ocean.

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  118. Wow! You have quite a fan following.Nevertheless this quote says to be together and yet not know you are uniqueness makes the sum total.

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  119. Nice write up!

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  120. Yes, of course, we can all make a difference!

    The quote illustrates how exactly the same thing can be seen in a positive or negative light. It's all about perspective and our outlook on life. :)

    Positive thinking = better outcome

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  121. Yes, might as well throw in the towel if I don't matter. I agree with the quote, in other words. Plus, it's great to meet you here. We're teaming together on a top secret bloggy mission.

    Happy weekend!

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  122. Looking at the world, aren't we, as Earth, nothing but a spec in the dark. Haven't we made big differences? Within. Without. With love.

    I believe, even the ant next to me has the potential to create a difference. All it takes is a will and vision.

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  123. One person can make the world of difference to many others, each of us is unique, special and important in more ways than we realise, rethink of the ripples made by a drop on a lake.

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  124. when the drops of our desires, dreams...our spirit fall and collectively join in one place with kindred beings. yes. a difference will be made.

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  125. everything changes, everything is connected, pay attention (if I remember correctly, that is a zen reference) we are all connected, what we do and how we treat each other matters.

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  126. Because everyone of us is part of the big scheme of things of course each one of us makes a difference - however small.

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  127. We all make a difference...we may not live to see it but we have an impact.

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  128. This is a beautiful post, Keith. Another name for this would be "The Butterfly Effect"...have you seen the YouTube by Andy Andrews? It's phenomenal...

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  129. we can all make a difference because of the effects we have on the people around us, or those who read our blogs or look at our art or ....

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  130. That's a good quote. To me, it suggests that I should continue holding a minority viewpoint where that applies. It reassures me that the encouragement I give someone might make a difference, despite the many negative messages they might hear. It means that even powerful, but broken systems can be undermined and fixed. I'm no longer idealistic by reason of youth. But, I'm intentionally idealistic. I live by ideals. Yes, one person can make a difference.
    John

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  131. It is a very deep quote and can one drop make a difference? If it is poison it can make a big difference, that I know. Never really witnessed the 'amrit' or the sacred, holy water that makes you immortal..

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  132. Without your blog I would never have inspiration to practise my English... so you are a drop who definitely does matter :)
    thank you for beeng such inspiring drop :)
    have good night and day with good things around :)
    Agnes

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  133. Love, love, love that you picked this quote :-) And inspiring post my friend <3

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