Can One Person Make a Difference?

We’ve heard this question asked and answer 1,000 times in different, equally trite, ways… with romanticized examples and all.  If I donate that $0.66 cents a day, I will make a difference in the life of a child.  If I turn the lights off when I leave a room, or ride my bike instead of drive, I will be cutting down on some energy use and pollution emissions and therefore playing a role.  So yes, it’s indisputable that one person can make some sort of difference; how much of a difference, or how influential that difference is… now that’s debatable.

I think about this kind of thing a lot – but when I do, I’m usually thinking about the ‘difference’ that one person can make in the energy or perspective of people and things around them.  I think about how laughter is contagious.  How hearing, saying, or even reading the word yawn has the ability to actually make you yawn.  (sorry if you’re yawning right now)(damn. I just did).  Anyway, I came across this silly video that’s quickly become viral and is flying around the web because it’s of a guy in tight shorts dancing like a stooge by himself… and a couple other guys who quickly followed suit (probably in attempts to subtly mock the first guy).  Regardless of their reason for joining, the 1 dancer becoming 3 grabs 3 times the attention.  The 3 become 9… and the 9 becomes 81 (or hundreds. but you get the idea).  Point is, stuff like this is about energy.  There’s nothing more powerful than it, and nothing is more contagious.  That said, positive energy is the most influential and invasive kind… whether that’s a smile, a compliment, an unconscious whistling, or a guy in tight, short shorts having a solo dance party.

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