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When we look at the big problems of the world we often feel powerless. And as an average human that’s often the case.
Instead of trying to solve the world’s problems focus on what you can do. Focusing on a smaller scale lets you better your life, feel your impact and indirectly helps with solving the world’s problems by letting others focus on different issues.
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