Read the given passages and answer the questions that follow:
One evening an old man took a small candle from a box. After lighting its wick, he began to climb a long winding stairway. The candle asked the man, where were they going? The man answered that they were going higher than the house to show the ships the way to the harbour. The candle wondered how a ship in the harbour could ever see its light. The candle was worried about its size. The old man relieved her worries by telling her that if the candle's light is small, she has to keep burning brightly and leave her qualms with the old man. When they reached the top of the long stairs, they came to a large lamp. Then the old man took the little candle and lit the lamp. Soon the large polished mirrors behind the lamp sent beams of light out across the miles of sea. Likewise, we all are God's candle. Our job is to keep on shining. The success of our work is in his hands. A tiny candle or match can start a forest fire. The little flame of your goodness as a role model can actually change the lives of others without you realizing it.
Answer the following questions:
"The little flame of your goodness as a role model can actually change the lives of others without you realizing it." What does the statement mean?
A. Goodness can be a positive inspiration for others.
B. If you be good to others, your life can become bad.
C. Goodness cannot have any effect on anyone.
D. To be a role model, you should be good.