This comic nails the power of one.

Yes, one person can make a difference.

Making the world a better place isn’t impossible.

In fact, cartoonist Gavin Aung Than has figured out how we can do it. He believes that if we could just figure out how to remove apathy (a lack of interest, enthusiasm, and concern), improving the world would be a lot easier.

In Than’s comic, he addresses what he calls “the power of one” — something that happens when we remove apathy. In Than’s futuristic comic, we get an idea of what the power of one truly means, told through the words of anthropologist and UN Messenger of Peace Jane Goodall.

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