Being Little Does Not Make You Insignificant – Majid Michel

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Ghanaian actor Majid Michel has advised his followers not to look down on themselves because they aren’t part of the majority.

The renowned actor wrote on his Instagram page advising and motivating individuals never to give up on the positive things they are doing in the lives of others.

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Comparing salt and light, he said even though they are little in size, they have positive impact in the lives of people.

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He wrote:

“… So if you were to cook 3 cups of rice, would you add 3 cups of salt to it? i certainly hope not! So, in every preparation of rice, the rice always outnumbers the salt, yet a little salt makes a huge difference and impact in the overall outcome. look up at the ceiling in your room. what is the size of the bulb compared to the size of the room? in the room from which i’m typing this, my guess is probably a ratio of 1:5000 comparing the size of the room to the size of the bulb. Yet, darkness flees the entire space once the small bulb is flipped on. if i am the salt of the earth, and the light of the world (Matthew 5:13-14), then little me has the ability to make big things happen. Sometimes, because we feel outnumbered or overwhelmed at the sheer magnitude of evil or wrong doers, we then choose powerlessness, and decide to go with the flow, not standing up for what we believe is right. Stop it! Little doesn’t mean insignificant. You are significant. Your presence should make a BiG difference. Stop waiting to be on the side of the majority. They may be the majority, but they are the trivial majority, and you are the impactful minority. They are the rice of the world, and you are the salt of the world. They are the room, and you are the light. You are the influence!! #LEADERSHiP.”

The actor is now a pastor ministering and winning souls for Christ since 2016.


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