Every Act Counts! The Little Things That Changed The World’s History

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Do you know the butterfly effect?  It means that just one seemingly small action has a larger consequence on the world.  The butterfly effect seems most apparent in these seemingly little things that changed the world’s history!

#1 Cleopatra’s Long Nose = Strong Roman Empire

Many writers have surmised that if Cleopatra’s nose was shorter and she was not so beautiful, Caesar and Mark Anthony would not have stayed so long in Egypt to visit Cleopatra.  But their prolonged stay created something good.  Rivals were able to build their own power in Rome, putting Augustus in the throne.  August was able to carve a strong Roman Empire with a wide influence through Europe.  A woman’s beauty, indeed!

Cleopatra's Long Nose = Strong Roman Empire

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