That's something I have always wondered about. Can one man just by himself, make a difference? Ghanti, was one man, Einstein was one man... Hitler was one man too :tongue2:. But their actions reflected to the whole - and their actions came from the whole. Take science for example. Einstein changed the way physicists around the world thought. But it was he (I think) who said that, "If I went so far, is because I stood on the heads of giants" (I don't actually know how it translates in english - I am from Greece). On this end, one man can make a difference given that he takes advantage of the actions those who preceeded him/her. Isn't it illogical for someone to believe, that he/she can change the world just by him/herself. Changing, in my opinion, requires interaction. If there aren't any people so as to have someone to reflect your actions upon, how can you tell that there is a difference? And if you are not thoughtful of what other people have accomplished by their actions, before you, how can you judge what needs to be altered? Aren't we the products of our individual environment (not just our father, or mother, or uncle as individuals, but our community as a whole?).