The Quote of Things — Changing the world

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead

Aiming for something big is many times written and told about in a positive context, as being a really great choice. Individuals who have made great things in live and contributed massively to the whole world with their visions turned into reality, are often talked about as true heroes of their time. Article after article and report after report are is being produced with the aim of explaining the person behind all of those great inventions and/or developments, and when people find out that this amazing person was human, most of them go in to a state of shock. They are overwhelmed by such amazing achievements being made by fairly regular people and this reaction is the same for each story with similar content.

This is a very interesting phenomena and worth talking about. Creative people who aim high and who have proven their skills and abilities, once humanized, are looked at completely different from before when they were only “that person making this and that happen, one of a kind”. Streets get named after these great people, someone names something else, yet another one receives a whole institute for appraisal, and a few people’s hand-prints turns into a big boulevard artwork.

But when digging into the actual process, not much positivity is actually found. Creative people are the ones having these big ideas, because they always see beyond the limits of things as they are today — to be able to create something fantastic for tomorrow. Yet, when creatives find themselves in that initial state of communicating these huge dreams and ideas, …..

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Originally published at on July 27, 2015.