What you have matters more than what you lack (If you’ve got a bicycle,
consider what you can build based on that, rather than worrying about
not having a car, a truck, a metal shop.)
Of all the secrets detailed in this mission, this one stood out the most to me, and is the most relevant for me in inspiring me to make changes. I am disabled, yes, but that doesn't render me without value to help affect positive change in the world. Knowing the truth of that is encouraging to me. I realized upon reading it, that my limitations didn't have to be incapacitating, that there certainly must be some things that can be done based on what I DO have.
I may not have a driver's license and vehicle, but I do have internet access, a telephone, a web cam, my speaking and writing skills, my education, my creativity, compassion for those who are suffering, and 46 years of life experience from which to draw. Surely with those things in my "toolbox" I can do something good.
I am more inspired now than I was before this mission. I want to make a difference.