Our mental attitude is much mightier than our physical powers. It has an incredible effect. We may be concerned with our serious problems and still walk with our chin up and a bloom in our carnation.

We should understand the fact that, happiness comes from within and it is not a matter of externals. We must be much cautious that whatever we do is not “Just for today”….it should be done with a telescopic approach.

Though the idea of changing the world can be intimidating, it’s not only easy and understandable to think, “being one person; what can I actually do?” If everyone thinks the same, then nobody gets it done.
On the other hand, when every person volunteers to do just one thing to make the world a better place today, then billions of acts of thoughtfulness, social accountability and open-handedness would certainly take place.

Helen Keller said, “I am only one, but still I am one; I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and just because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.”
It is the core responsibility of each and every human being to make the world better place to live in the present and future.

As human beings, we have a fundamental need for onus and connection. All of us are by default automated to be connected to our own benefits.

Same way, for many of us the above said circle broadens to our friends and family and for a few that broadens to their immediate community. With this few of us still feel connected to our nation and very few of us feel connected to the world.

It is the responsibility of every human being to make the world a better place.

Top 21 ways to make the world a better place to live

  • When we buy something from a charity shop, we should be magnanimous to pay double.
  • Must Stop saying ‘I’ or being an “I” specialist
  • Make our own compost like vegetable peelings, leftovers, garden waste, tea bags, etc.
  • Must have the habit of planting trees.
  • Taking up responsibility for our own problems is an art.
  • Must know to say YES and No to things which we can’t
  • If we have the choice to travel, we need to choose train, not plane
  • We must encourage children to become leaders
  • Must read newspaper’s international pages
  • Must laugh from the bottom of heart
  • Must write gratitude journal
  • Listening to songs could make us feel at one with the world
  • Must not shout at children
  • Learning first-aid course would  help us and people
  • Must volunteer time at local schools, orphanages, homes, etc
  • Must recognize the humanity and respect dignity of other people
  • Usage of less paper would save trees
  • Must drive less and reduce fuel consumption
  • Conservation of water is must
  • Donate prime needs to charities
  • Must be generous and have compassion for fellow beings
Conclusion:
To make the world a better place for future generations, we must not only focus on physical factors. It is very much important that factors related to psychological well-being plays a pivotal role to keep our children in grip with real human values.