Use What You Have

The commonplace and discarded hold the seeds of solutions.

     Nature has a lovely balance to her, and part of that lies in the ways that simple solutions can break the backs of formerly intractable problems. Sometimes, when there is a chronic problem, the added presence of just one thing — be it money, resource, or idea — can be enough to sway the outcome of the entire situation.

Sometimes just one thing, no matter how small, can make all the difference.

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