“Sometimes the most meaningful service is simple, spontaneous, and closer to home.”
—Jay Shetty, life coach and former Hindu monk
The desire to make a difference seems to be a universal calling for most people. The intention to live a meaningful life is a key driver from the moment we wake until it is time to rest.
When we look around at how others live, we tend to focus on the big stuff that seem more like quests and crusades. Having a major impact seems to be what counts or at least get noticed.
It is nice to be reminded that the simple and quiet acts of service are often the most meaningful.
Where and how will you contribute to those close to you today?