Greetings and peace be with you AHMED PATEL;
we must do what we can and that which is most effective.
I like this story.....
An old man was on his death bed, Someone asked him to give some wise counsel before he departed:
"When I was young I wanted to change the world and solve its problems, As I got older I realized that perhaps I should lower my sights, I thought I would be better served in changing my country as time went on I realized that people of country could not be changed. I decided to change the people of my town , but they also did not wish to change, When I reached my old age I thought I would try changing my Family, here also I found my endeavours go to waste, try as I might my family members would not change.
"Now that I am on my death bed, I have realized that if I had sought to improve myself, and removed my own defects, then perhaps my family members would have been influenced. Then seeing the behaviour of my family people of my town would have been influenced. By seeing the spiritual change and improvement of the people of my town, the people of my country would have been influenced. And perhaps through the people of my country the world may have been influenced."
Nine years of voluntary work with Street Pastors, gave me the opportunity to speak for fifteen minutes in front of the chief inspector of police, the police commissioner for Hampshire and many others, just a couple of days ago.
First of all we have to earn the right to speak, if we hope to influence change.
In the spirit of praying to 'One God'