Each one of us is capable of making a difference in the life of someone; in our family, our immediate neighbourhood, the city or town or the country we live in, and in the process, in the entire world.
Do a Daily Good and make a Difference.
Howsoever small it may be.
I am reminded of the tale of a child who finds lots of fish left dying on the seashore with the receding tide. He picks up a fish and throws it back into the sea. And he keeps on moving, picking up another fish with his little hands and throwing it back into the water.
Watching the little child's action from a distance, an old man approaches him and tells him, that he won't be able to do anything since there are thousands of fish on the shore. It would be futile. It won't make any difference what you are doing, says the man.
It won't make any difference what you are doing, says the man.
The child picks up another fish from the sandy shore, gasping for life, shows to the man, and says, "It makes a difference to this one at least," and throws the fish back into the water.
Let's remember, as a Rotarian, we cannot ignore our potential to act and save a life. Or even change a life through little acts of kindness as humans.
And that is what makes a Rotarian more humane.
Tell to the world, "I'm a Rotarian. I Make a Difference"