“Whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.” ― Mahatma Gandhi

 

Do you ever feel like your voice gets lost in the crowd, like you’re screaming but everyone else is screaming louder?

I do – with this blog actually.

Sometimes it feels as though no matter what I do, I’m just one voice amongst millions. I guess that’s because that’s the truth; somewhere out there are other people exactly like me. Well, not exactly like me, but with a blog and a camera and a dream.

Don’t get me wrong, I didn’t set up this small space to “get famous” or whatever and I appreciate each and every follow, comment and read.

But it’s hard not be intimidated sometimes by other peoples success.

It got me thinking and I realised that even if my voice isn’t heard by the whole crowd, even if it’s just the person next to me, then it’s being heard. People can’t hear it if the words stay in your mouth or your mind.

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