“Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something.”
Do you think that one person can make a difference?
What if one car broke down in the Lincoln Tunnel?
Traffic would be backed up for miles.
But I challenge you to do something positive. Something that makes a difference.
Last night I went to an amazing benefit concert, Wintermezzo, at Princeton University, celebrating the 96th birthday of William H. Scheide, featuring the Wiener KammerOrchester, conductor, Maestro Mark Laycock and George-Emmanuel Lazaridis on piano.
There were fifty musicians in the orchestra, and if one of them made a mistake, it would have ruined the whole show.
Do you still think that one person cannot make a difference?
What can you do today to make a difference on your sports team…in school…at work…or in your relationships?
Give an all-out effort.
Lead by example.
Win or learn.
Just do it (whether you feel like it or not)
Change the world.
The true meaning of life is to plant trees, under whose shade you do not expect to sit.