‘the World Is Changed by the Small Actions of Ordinary People, Not by the Big Actions of Important People’. Discuss This Claim. Essay

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Discursive writing ‘The world is changed by the small actions of ordinary people, not by the big actions of important people’. Discuss this claim. It is rightly said that “I’m only one but I am one. I can’t do everything but I can do something and what I can do, I ought to do and that by the grace of god I will do”. Most ordinary people are decent. Yet some people quite apathetic individual concerned only with the issues and directly affects them. We all want to change the world but we don’t know what to do or how to do it? Because I believe, we usually underestimate our ability to make any difference and effect change for the better in our own countries and in the world. If we want to change the world we have to raise the bar of what we will and will not tolerate by our leaders and authorities. At a local level, a national level and at international level, as common citizens of planet earth with a shared spirit of humanity. Things change only when a united initiave for the common good, a worthy cause to make for a better world. In so doing in “democratic societies” they can put heavy pressure on their leaders, the decision maker to take effective and right actions. We need a shift in midset of the world leaders-a new way of looking at the immense problems of the world. I think it was Albert Einstein who said something like: - the greatest problems of this world can only be solved with a different level of thinking to that which created them. So think differently and think

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