It’s Your Wonderful Life

Do you remember in the movie “It’s A Wonderful Life” how George Bailey wished for, and then was granted, the opportunity to see what life would be like in his town if he had never been born? He got to see how the lives of people he had known turned out without any interaction with, or knowledge of, him. Have you ever thought about what it would be like if you were one of those people–but in your present life? Who are the people who have made a big difference in your life? What would your life be like today had you never meet them?

And how about on the flip-side, what impact have you had on the lives of others? Hard to tell, isn’t it? I think a lot of people tend to underestimate the impact they have on others–especially the positive impact.

Thanks to the folks at “Funders and Founders,” we can get a peek at this impact. Here is an infographic they created that attempts to count the number of people whose lives may be different because of us.


HERE is the link to their original article.

Enjoy …and why not give start something today!


infographic credit: Funders and Founders

19 thoughts on “It’s Your Wonderful Life

  1. I do hope I have a positive impact on people, as I like that to be. If I can do that to 1,000,000 that would be the start of something! I start with my community here first! 🙂


  2. I love that flow chart! How wonderful, I love to connect with people in person or on the internet! The internet is like being pen pals but faster and with more pictures. :~) Also Paul, thank you for coming by my blog and liking a bunch of my posts! Gratitude Dance, I am enjoying cheering up the planet. Thank you for sharing your truth to inspire me. I Love You. :~)


  3. A fascinating graphic revealing our potential for positive contributions in our world. Add to that, “With God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26). We should be dancing through each day with great expectations for what He will do through us, to impact others. So glad you shared this, Paul. And thank you for stopping by my blog. I’m delighted you found “Satisfaction Guaranteed” to be meaningful.


  4. I love this. Paul!

    I believe their is no such thing as coincidence! Everything happens for a reason. Even the bad which is hard to accept, I know! 🙂

    I have loved and appreciated all that have made me the person I am today. Great post! Hugs Paula xx


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