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Today, I open the Firefox web browser, and it automatically open this link "Mozilla Firefox Start Page",
Within that page, there is a sentence "Be the difference! Learn how Mozilla is bettering our communities around the world with Mozilla Service Week. ",
I don't understand the meaning of "Be the difference".
Through you interpretation, I clicked into the link Mozilla Service Week, in which I found below descriptions for the meaning of the "Be the difference" :
We believe a group of committed, energized, service-minded people can accomplish almost anything. That's why we're harnessing the power of the Web and the passion of the Mozilla community to see how big a difference we can make in one week.
If there is just only the former part "be the difference" and no latter part of the sentence, is it also means the "be part of the difference"?
There is no specific part of the web page that "Be the difference" refers to.
I take it as a Ghandiism: "You must be the change you want to see in the world."