Who doesn’t want to make a difference for their loved ones? Who doesn’t want to make a difference for themselves?
No one, right?
But you know what?
Everyone, at some point in life, has wished for this instead: to make a difference, not just for their loved ones and themselves, but also for those around them and for those who truly need them.
Such wish is done more effectively through building communities, be it within the city or even beyond the city.
That being said, here’s what you need to know about building communities:
You can always build one.
Contrary to popular belief, you can always build one – a community of people who are looking to make a difference in this world. You can gather people to help others protect the environment by planting more trees in one area that clearly needs to be restored to its former glory. You can even gather people to look after kids in the city by making sure that roads are clear from vehicles as they cross the street after school, as well as to look after teens in the city by making sure that streets are clear from troublemakers as they walk the roads at night.
You can always expand one.
As time goes by, you’ll want to help others even more. And as time goes by, you’ll want to step up your game to help others even more. By chance, you can always expand one – a set of new reminders for everyone helping others to look after what they need to protect. Take for example: You want to protect teens from getting into dangerous situations, especially at night. It’s just like when the Philadelphia City Council decided to bar skateboarders, which helped teens – especially those who skateboard beyond curfew – focus on the more important things in life.