There are so many good people in the world. I like to think about this when the news coverage of another war scares me to death. I also need to remember it when I read about psychopaths destroying the life of others. Because it’s so easy to give up. To throw in the towel and think: It is hopeless, me doing something good will just not have a real effect on all the problems around us. But think about it: if around 5-6 percent of the human race does things that makes others suffer in the worst way imaginable, that means that 95 percent of our population, want to help others. And this fact gives hope, it means that we can do something, every one of us. When this knowledge combines with the fact that people with mental illnesses actually get better when they dedicate themselves to helping others, I feel optimistic. I have met many clients who did just that when their anxiety or depression lifted. They finally got enough energy to be there for others, and discovered that this gave them even more reasons to continue doing good things in life. So yes; We have a lot of people killing and abusing others, but for every harmful act, there are so many good deeds, and somehow that can be enough to make a difference. My burning heart believes in this, I have seen it with my own eyes; We can change the world.