You can make a difference in someone’s life

To make a difference in someone's life, you don't have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful, or perfect. You just have to care enough and be there. Picture Quote #1

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To make a difference in someone’s life,
you don’t have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful, or perfect.
You just have to care enough and be there…
So simple and so true.

We all can make a difference in someone’s life.

🙂

THE END

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20 thoughts on “You can make a difference in someone’s life

  1. More people should remember that! We’d have a kinder world 🙂

  2. mytiturk says:

    Sometimes we may (yike) make a negative difference accidentally or purposefully. One of the things we should think about while we’re vitally involved with others.

  3. Just knowing that somebody out there cares can definitely help. Sometimes I’ll read a blog post, and it will be a really sad one, and I won’t know what to say. So I leave the blog without commenting. I wish there was a way to convey to the person something other than a platitude – that somebody cares.

  4. Maryam says:

    Reblogged this on A FRESH START and commented:
    MAKE A DIFFERENCE…good reminder

  5. Love this. I have a blogger question for you. I haven’t told my friends and family that I blog (with the exception of my husband). I was thinking about making it public since I feel like I am relatable to many young woman and I could make a difference. What are your thoughts and advice for me?

    • Otrazhenie says:

      I haven’t told my friends and family that I blog either. I’m not sure whether it is important for readers to know the real person behind the blog or whether the characteristics of the real person (e.g. age, gender, nationality etc.) with all associated stereotypes and prejudices would distract reader’s attention from the core meaning or messages expressed in a blog. How do you feel about making it public?

      • Unsure about it. I want to reach more people so I can influence others in a positive way. It would be easier to make it public to get more subscribers and blog traffic. I would rather for a family or friend to come across it theirself instead of making it public. Its scary to be an open book to people you see on a daily basis.

      • Otrazhenie says:

        Well, you can always make your blog public without disclosing your real identity 😉

  6. Reblogged this on Brent Darnell International and commented:
    What if we all committed to making a difference every single day in as many people’s lives as possible? The world would be a better place. Now go out and make the world a better place.

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