I reckon that's one thing we can all agree on.
So it shouldn't be hard to get people to take part in this year's Blog Action Day on 15th October.
Last year, the focus was on the environment.
Yes, I know we haven't managed to call a halt to global warming or to force governments and industries to make serious changes.
But trickle by trickle, there has been a shift in opinion -
- and with 20,603 blogs participating last year with 23,327 posts reaching an approximate readership of 14,631,038 -
- who can say blogging wasn't a significant part of that shift and didn't make a difference?
So - this year the focus is on poverty.
Check the site here.
Watch the video.
Click the links.
Register your blog.
So far, 3,591 blogs are registered, with a readership of 7,243,768.
Can we make a difference?
If there's even the slightest possibility that you could improve life for a single person, can you justify NOT taking part?
To start the ball rolling here's a single anecdote.
When I lived in Grenada, there were days when there was barely enough food for a single meal.
I always shared what I had with the neighbourhood kids - I could never forget that I was living in that way through choice.
I could always wave my passport and leave if things got too bad.
One day, I had nothing.
No food for me and nothing to share.
It was the children who told me the strategy.
'Drink lots of water,' they told me. 'It will fill your belly and the hunger won't be so bad.'
Our world is rich.
There's more than enough to go round.
Only there are many who have a surfeit and many more who have nothing.
No child should have to know a strategy for dealing with hunger.
Click here to see how Blog Action Day (and you) could make a difference.