Change your words, change your world!

I stumbled upon this video today and I love the message that it brings with.

Watching videos like this one, make me happy. They make me see that there are actually people in the world who do things for other people without expecting anything in return. I love how the lady just stopped and changed the words  and I loved how people are more inclined to do something good after seeing some positive words. I was really surprised that the blind guy trusted her so much that he just let her change the words. It shows that some people really do see the good on others.

I like stumbling up to positivity when I’m walking on the street, reading a book, listening a song or even browsing the web. I love how a simple quote can change your mood and how it can make you think about something a little deeper.

I often go to Pinterest or WeHeartIt to look for positive quotes. If I do I either look for quotes about life, happiness, travel & work out inspiration. Reading those make me continue what I’m doing. They make me want to become a better person, have a healthier lifestyle and they also make me want to actually do something with my life.

Have you ever helped someone the way the lady helped the blind guy?
What do you think about this video?
What’s your favorite website to look for quotes and what are the subjects of the quotes you always look for?

Hello from California by the way! I made it without major delays, but unluckily they lost my luggage on the way and I still didn’t get it! Let’s hope I get news about that today! Tomorrow I’ll write about my trip on the blog!


5 thoughts on “Change your words, change your world!

    • juliecrombe says:

      I can’t believe I never saw it before! It was made a couple of years ago. It’s so powerful and really does make people want to become a better person! Thank you for reading my blog!

  1. Vassilis says:

    May I be a bit harsh with this? Even though I truly understand what they try to say, and at first look they really seem to nail it, on the other hand the way to get it, is full of contradictory elements. Let’s analyze it:
    1. A blind beggar that in the end remains a beggar, still depending on charity.
    2. A woman that helps him get sympathy out of people.
    3. A society that needs to feel more sympathetic in order to help a fellow human being
    4. A commercial that uses all these context, symbols and situation, to advertise copy writing.

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