posted on Sep, 18 2013 @ 04:20 PM
reply to post by Night Star
Thank you. A lovely little story - and the right way to live I suspect. One question though. If we can't save all the starfish, how do we choose
which ones to help? Should we pick the prettiest ones? The smartest? The strongest? The most sparkly? The ones we notice first? Or the ones we trip
You choose simply in your day to day experiences. Who do you come across? Would a simple smile to a stranger crossing your path help that person? Are
you at work with co-workers all tearing down another co-worker when that co-worker doesn't deserve to be torn down? Did you stick up for them and go
against the crowd?
Do you have a friend or or family member who is stressed and down? Did you say anything to help them rise above their emotional issues? Maybe you just
went to visit and brought a cup of coffee and lent an ear.
Maybe you know someone who is dying and are lost for words but you are there with a hand to hold, a hug and or a kiss. Sometimes words arn't even
necessary, just being there is enough.
There are people or animals that come into your life and if you have an opportunity to help in whatever way that you can, then that's all there is to
No, we cannot save the world, but if each of us helps a small part and sends our love and light into the world, it is better than not doing anything