have changed the world
and many are
trying to change the world.
I know I am changing the world positively.
Here is a small secret.
Just aim low! (smile)
By aiming low, and
keep on changing the world positively
one small step at a time,
it will add up eventually.
If not, heck, you’ve given your best shot!
P.S. To borrow from my friend, well, this is my brand of poison. I have no guarantee that my poison will work well but I think it should be fun trying to change the world for the better. Don’t you think?
P.P.S. I am not being modest (nor trying to brag) but I do see my involvements and work in
- Starting and help organizing all five DemoCamps in Calgary from camp 1, camp 2 all the way to camp 5 (click on these links to see demo videos at DemoCamps, tech gatherings),
- Help launching a successful first BarCamp in Calgary (a tech conference),
- Playing a small role in Fair Copyright in Canada (36,638 Facebook members strong currently) (for more: see my two reports here and here), and
- Trying to bring the Darfur/Darfur multi-media project to Calgary to shine a spotlight on the genocide in Darfur. [Update: In March 2008, the Darfur/Darfur project came to Calgary. See my blog entries about the exhibit here, here, here and here (include a video interview of Photographer Ryan Spencer Reed).]
as small steps that someone else could also have taken. But what I did do was spending the time and taking the initiatives in getting myself deeply involved in all of these endeavours and doing my best in them. I guess I took those small steps instead of waiting for someone else.