To me, there is a hidden sense of empowerment in this poem, and oddly, strikes me as a parable: that it teaches a truth of life. Although not all our steps are for improving Earth, or "society", but they are still important because we are here. Just to help, I'll just point out that "towards" sounds as if it is "fowards", but the meaning is still the same with thought regardless. Plus, my favourite phrase is "Because my step, Is earth itself". I reckon it'll be even more powerful in meaning if there wasn't a common after step.