How many people does it take to make something change? Oftentimes, the cliche answer would consist of one person, but this just isn’t the case. There is one person in all sorts of places, fighting for all sort of objectives, searching for change that may never see the light of day. As motivational as it is, one person will never be enough.
Change is made when groups force those changes to be made. You may chain yourself to a building to prevent it from being demolished, but it will still happen, unless of course, you’re chained alongside the demolition team.
This very situation can relate to any issue in your world, including cleaning waterways. We can load up our boats everyday, throw them in the water, and leave with thousands of pounds of trash, but we cannot guarantee that it won’t be replaced within five years.
We want to do more in this world than just take out the trash, we want to change the way that our citizens see the trash, the way that they dispose of it. Having clean water for a time is such an amazing thing, but we don’t want to feed you for a day, but for a lifetime. It’s time to change the way you think, don’t let us be just one. Change your mindset, change your habits, change the world.