What the world needs now, aside from love, sweet love, is doers: People who, like everyone else, enjoy talking about big plans and brilliant ideas; people who, unlike everyone else, aren’t content to merely talk about big plans and brilliant ideas, but feel compelled to act. Such folks are rarer than you might imagine. It is exponentially easier to not try than to try, since the latter invites the real possibility of failure and all the icky feelings that tend to accompany it.
Without doers, great things remain theoretical, and safe. Without doers, the world stays static, or, worse, inexorably decays.
Everyone benefits from the toils of doers who dare to dream big; few comprehend the magnitude of effort required to make dreams come true. Hooray for those unafraid of doing. We need them.