Have you ever thought or said, "I'm just one person. I can't really do anything about that problem." Yup, me too.
So here's a good quote to remember when you feel that way:
"I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I can't do interfere with what I can do."
Isn't that a lovely positive spin to the idea of just being one? Those words were penned by U.S. author and Unitarian clergy Edward Everett Hale. They are as apt today as they were when he wrote them in 1902.
In fact, I think these words would make a great wall hanging as a reminder to do what I can. If like me, you are trying to stay as positive as you can in the face of what seems to be an oppressive atmosphere of negativity these days, at the very least, these words might merit a Post-it note on our mirrors!