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So many people feel insignificant, unworthy and unimportant.
The truth of the matter is there are no unimportant people and no unimportant events.
A man sat in the shade of a tree and saw an apple fall and discovered the law of gravity. His name was Isaac Newton.
Another man sat in the kitchen and saw a teakettle steam. It was a significant experience because, seeing that teakettle, he discovered the principle of the steam engine. His name was Robert Fulton.
There are no insignificant people or insignificant events.
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