small is not really the priority, here.
big house. big car. big closet.
no one wants the small things. size matters, right?
and no one wants to make a small impact. we talk about products that are life-changing and plans that are world-changing and well, small changes are just that: small. changes.
but i want to believe in the small changes. in the small goals.
because big goals? well, i don’t know if i can say that i have any.
love well. live well. write well. listen well.
those are my big goals.
but i’m not making big progress. if it’s a good day, i’m making little progress.
but i can make small changes. i can do that, i think.
i can love you in small ways. i can do the small things. i can speak up with my small voice.
i can make a small difference. that, that i believe i can do.
i can take the small steps.
and maybe my small steps and my small love and my small voice won’t change the world. but maybe i can change my world. change my heart. change my life for the better. one small step at a time.
because i am small, and this world is just so big, but my God is bigger still. so i’ll walk with Him, hand in hand, one small step at a time, following in His footprints.
round here, we take Fridays (or Thursday nights) to spend five minutes writing. Lisa-Jo Baker gives us a prompt, we drop some words, there’s a twitter party. your heart, unedited.