10 January 2012

A man goes out on the beach and sees that it is covered with starfish that have washed up in the tide. A little boy is walking along, picking them up and throwing them back into the water. "What are you doing, son?" the man asks. "You see how many starfish there are? You'll never make a difference." The boy paused thoughtfully, and picked up another starfish and threw it into the ocean. "It sure made a difference to that one," he said.  
A Hawaiian Parable

4 comments:

ÁLVARO GÓMEZ CASTRO said...

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Greetings from Santa Marta, Colombia

ÁLVARO GÓMEZ CASTRO said...

Hi, I have been visiting your blog. ¡Congratulations for your work! I invite you to visit my blog about literature, philosophy and films:
http://vniversitas.over-blog.es
http://carpe-diem-agc.blogspot.com/
http://alvaro-alvarogomezcastro.blogspot.com/

Greetings from Santa Marta, Colombia

Anonymous said...

hola,soy angie goenaga y he visitado su blog

Anonymous said...

hey batch! looks like you need to brush up on your spanish skills...cant wait for you to get home
ls