I like this quote because of how it starts. She, at one point, has struggled with wanting to help everyone and knew she couldn't. Otherwise, she would not have said it! So she reminds us, don't worry about the number of people you help or how big you can save the world-- just help people. Anyone. Everyone. Help the person closest to you. That's right, the one right next to you on the train as you write this. Everyone. Just make sure you don't worry. You have but one life and a finite number of heartbeats-- you don't need to help everyone. So don't. Just help those you can. And it is easiest to start close to your heart.