Glorious Purpose Print
If you aren’t burdened with glorious purpose, then binging on Facebook and Netflix every day can be done without any guilt. But if you do share that burden, there’s never enough time to accomplish them all.
People who are burdened with glorious purpose, the ones dead set on changing the world, always look a little foolish at first. We could probably all agree that the world could use at least a little changing, but who is anyone to think they’ll be the one to actually do it? But purpose mixed with tiny actions is very powerful. All the big, world-changing things had humble beginnings.
The Simpsons started out as a bumper sticker on the Tracey Ullman Show.
Michael Dell sold his first computers out of his college dorm room.
One of Fred Rogers earliest jobs was as a puppeteer for a local children’s show in Pittsburgh.
Eunice Kennedy Shriver started the Special Olympics in her backyard.
The Missionaries of Charity, which now consist of over 4,500 sisters active in 133 countries, started with one humble woman helping one poor person.
Let the naysayers laugh and the doubts roll off your back. You are not too small to make a dent in the universe.
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This colorful artwork by Jason Kotecki comes in an 8x10 size. Each museum quality print is made on thick, archival, acid-free matte paper. Printed in America.