There is an old story about a spiritual master that lived during the beginning of the 20th century, Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag.
Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag compared every single spiritual action, either good or bad to a sesame seed. He said that good deeds and bad deeds done in this world are like sesame seeds on a scale. Each side of the scale represents our cumulative deeds: the good ones and the bad ones.
You might ask why did he choose sesame seeds and not something else. What he meant was that every time we do an action it seems so small and insignificant to us, yet we do not realize the impact each and every action has on the entire world. It takes just a single sesame seed to tip the scale and change the balance of our world.
Hopefully our SoomSoom seeds will help you make our world a better place.