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"All you can do is what you can manage to do, secure in the knowledge that you're making it easier for other people- now and in the future-to see and do what they can do.  So, rather than defeat yourself before you start, think small, humble, and doable rather than large, heroic, and impossible.  Don't paralyze yourself with impossible expectations.  It takes very little to make a difference.  Small acts can have radical implications.  As Edmund Burke said, if the main requirement for the perpetuation of evil is that good people do nothing, then the choice isn't between all or nothing, but between nothing and something."  - Allan G. Johnson