"We may yet comfort ourselves with the saying of the Chinese Master:
"When the enlightened man is alone and thinks rightly, it can be heard a
thousand miles away."
All beginnings are small. Therefore we must not mind doing tedious but
conscientious work on obscure individuals, even though the goal towards
which we strive seems unattainably far off. But one goal we can attain,
and that is to develop and bring to maturity individual personalities." -
C.G. Jung, "General Problems of Psychotherapy"