Open your eyes and seek another human being in need of a little time, a little friendliness, a little company, a little work. It may be a lonely, an embittered, a sick or an awkward person for whom you can do something, to whom you can mean something. Perhaps it will be an old person or a child. Or else a good cause that needs volunteer workers.
Do not lose heart even if you must wait a bit before finding the right thing, even if you must make several attempts. None of us knows what he accomplishes and what he gives humanity. That is hidden from us, and should remain so, although sometimes we are allowed to see just a little of it so we will not be discouraged.
– Albert Switzer