In doing God’s work there is no failure. There is no need for the consideration of volume, or publicly commendable contributions. It is not about numbers, or the magnitude of what is achieved, but about the attitude. We can all not be like any of the professionals acclaimed to have done well in society. Each individual is evaluated according to whatever was given by the life provider, whether making sense to others or not.
Some people might have been created to just say, “good morning” to other people. That is just as sufficient as being able to preach sermons that cause millions to be converted. The enabler is the one who takes credit, after all. This life is about being thankful for the little talent that could be utilized, under limited resources. Just as there is no need to give excuses, based on limited resources.
Some people could be excellent at sending messages of goodwill to other people. After noticing that those other people seem not interested or appreciative, the person gives up. That is where the problem arises. Nothing should be done for the purpose of receiving praises from human beings, but from God.
Other humans should not be in the equation of what God individually gives to each of those He provides with life. Each person is accountable to God as if other people do not exist. A failing society is comprised of those invalidating themselves, imagining that they would not be of any value to society.
In other words, let us consider millions of people, all blaming the state president for not providing trucks to remove garbage. Going through high-density areas, one can see mounds of uncollected garbage. Some of the garbage might simply require burning, rather than transporting to some dumping area.
The location might be bursting with young people, who spend most of their time, simply chatting to one another, or drinking bronco stuff. The exchange of communication would always be about how the current government has failed.