From Microscopic to Macroscopic

Excuse me…Hello, have you got a minute to solve a problem in your community?

Making a difference to the world may seem like an enormous task, but it is in fact the collective effort of everyone to make small contributions that eradicates large problems. Little efforts count, and you can start making small contributions to problems in your society today.

The behavior of macroscopic systems is always related to the behavior of their microscopic constituents. Every one of us in this world can contribute and make a difference to the world in our own unique way. It need not be anything out of the world, it just needs to be something you do with the intention for the betterment of society. Often people ponder, "I am just one person, and a small person at that complex problem, what can I do?" Each person can take small steps: microscopic actions, towards making a dent in a problem. Sometimes those steps don’t even seem like they’re taking you in the right direction, but keep moving seizing every opportunity to eradicate the problem. Often times those steps eventually help in the making of a significant solution for the problem. Every step takes a person further. Opportunities to solve problems are all around us - but there is a gap between knowledge and action. I urge everyone reading this to start doing whatever is within their ability to solve todays problems. Every effort counts, no matter how small and insignificant it may seem. It is our collective effort to problem solving that makes this world a better place.

“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.” – Mother Teresa.