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When an individual, family, partnership, team, a government or corporation begins small steps of change, Worldwork is being accomplished.

Worldwork is like the butterfly effect, which refers to the possibility that a butterfly's wings might create tiny changes in the atmosphere, ultimately creating or stopping a tornado. The small wing flapping, represents a miniscule change in the initial condition of the system, which causes a chain of events leading to large-scale phenomena on this planet. Think of the following actions that changed our World:

1. Rosa Parks, too exhausted to walk to the back of the bus sits down at the front. She is arrested.
Her pastor, Martin Luther King Jr., breaks through his fear of public speaking in order to support his parishioner, and the largest civil rights movement on the planet begins.

2. A young man's leg is amputated.
Three years later, in 1980, Terry Fox begins a virtually unpublicized cross Canada "Marathon of Hope" run, with a goal of raising 24 million dollars. To date over 400 million dollars has been raised in his name in over 50 countries.

3. A father teaches his daughter about respect.
Twenty five years later, Rigoberto Menchu, "an indigenous woman, self taught, born to a humble family in the mountains of Guatemala, who ate roots and leaves and didn't go to school" won the Nobel Peace Prize and was awarded 1.2 million dollars.