I truly believe one person can make a difference, and I use this blog to do this in my own way (hopefully it’s working😉). But when I see others who think the same, I like to bring attention to it.
Now this guy has a voice, notoriety, a well-established platform and an Emmy…but it’s for his work with sharks. I want to highlight his why…and he has conveniently provided a little film for us:
I love this film because he is open and honest and vulnerable, sharing how he always felt different. I think it’s important to share our stories to help others, and to remind young people especially, that being different can be a good thing. Accepting your own weirdness or quirkiness can unlock a whole new world for you, and it can free you to find your niche, where you feel belonging and connection and find your passion!
And of course, there’s a beautiful message here about conservation which is incredibly important…all creatures of the sea are connected and impacted by humans and what we put into the oceans. And one person CAN make a difference!
One thought on “One person can make a difference…”
So true …thanks for reminder
On Sat, Aug 3, 2019 at 6:59 AM life begins on the beach wrote:
> Jennifer Cyr posted: “I truly believe one person can make a difference, > and I use this blog to do this in my own way (hopefully it’s working[image: > 😉]). But when I see others who think the same, I like to bring attention > to it. Now this guy has a voice, notoriety, a well-established ” >