Who doesn't love Elephants, am I right? Elephants have a special meaning to me, not only because they are awesome and look dope in a pair of Aviators sunglasses, but also because of the very special, dare I say sacred, roll they play in their community or ecosystem. Elephants are what's called "Ecosystem Engineers."
When Elephants go anywhere, they can clear dense brush and grass, which literally changes the landscapes they travel through. Their journeys over great distances blaze new trails creating pathways and watering holes that enable other animals to live and thrive.
Even the smallest thing an elephant does has great impacts on others in its natural community. An elephant's dung (read as poop) disperses seeds and fertilizer, enriching the soil, and fostering growth and development of trees that will feed and shelter all types of diverse life within an ecosystem.
These are all things that I want to be for people in my ecosystem and communities. Someone who helps clear the way for others to live better lives, and a person whose poop makes the world a better place for everybody.