Everything you do (and don’t do) matters

In 1963 a scientist named Edward Lorenz proposed a hypothesis. It was that…

A butterfly could flap it’s wings and set molecules in motion, which could move other air molecules, which move even more molecules, and the ripple could grow and grow to eventually form a huge hurricane on the other side of the planet.

At first, Edward was laughed at and mocked. How could such a small butterfly start a hurricane?

But after 3 decades of research and help from many industry peers and experts, this theory was eventually proven correct! And now it’s officially called the The Law of Sensitive Dependence Upon Initial Conditions (aka. The Butterfly Effect)

The tiniest actions have MASSIVE effects over time.

Let this be a reminder to us all today. Everything we do (and don’t do) matters and impacts this world.

Today, make sure the ripples you start are as wholesome and positive.

Have a great day, you beautiful butterflies!
– Joel

I picked up these rock climbing holds on Amazon for the kids in our neighborhood. But I must say I’m enjoying them more than they are

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