But then I got a snapchat from my CF-BFF all the way in Guatemala that said, "nothing is insignificant."
I burst into tears.
I don't mean to get all weird or anything, but that summed up how I've been feeling lately: a little insignificant. Like nothing I do really matters.
And when I saw that snapchat, I realized I was wrong. No matter how small I am in the grand scheme of things, nothing is insignificant. Mainly because every decision I make has an effect on at least one person: me.
I can choose happiness. I can choose to be great. I can choose my purpose for today. For life.
Maybe I didn't feel that great about whatever test I took. I'll study even harder for the next one. Maybe I didn't make the competition team. I'll work harder to show that I belong there. Maybe I didn't get everything I wanted to get done today. I'll pick right back up tomorrow.
Because nothing is insignificant. Your effort matters.