What you do matters. In fact, you make a huge difference whether you know it or not. Everything you do or say ripples out into the world affecting you, those around you, and potentially others far, far away.
You are like a pebble dropped into a pond. Your energy moves energy.
Edward Lorenz was a mathematician and meteorologist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who loved the study of weather. He developed the “The Butterfly Effect,” a phenomenon known as the “sensitive dependence on initial conditions.” In simple terms, this means that a butterfly flapping its wings in South America can affect the weather in New York City.
But Lorenz’ work still affects us today. The work of Henry Ford, Isaac Newton and Thomas Edison, for example, influence our lives currently.
The news affects you…all those people doing things in other places. They change your world even if the events take place half way around the globe.
Someone who walks into a room with anger changes the energy of the room—and the mood of the people in the room. And their mood affects those they encounter later, and so on and so on and so on…
You, too, influence the lives of people today and in the future. You make a difference in the world now and forever more.
You just need to decide what type of affect you want to have.
But don’t ever think you don’t have an affect. If you believe your existence makes no difference, watch the video below. Then leave me a comment and tell me how you will flap your wings in this lifetime.