Share to Care
Did you ever provide something useful to someone who is poor and need it the most?
“So the strategy for a good life is to do selfless good deeds, and in sufficient numbers to swamp out the inherited bad karmas. Prayers will only allow God to reschedule the good karmas in the timing of enjoying its fruit. Hence, Krishna says that you have freedom of action in life, but not to the timing of receiving the fruit of the same”, says Dr. Subramaniyam Swami.
Let’s dive into some good karma by giving back and sharing to others our blessings in life. Give and contribute in any form, in any amount, in any way. Even though there are government agencies or NGOs’ that are dedicated to address hunger, unemployment or medical issues in the country, simply by having our own personal initiative to help directly the less fortunate members of our community will make a bigger and stronger impact to our countrymen who are suffering from hunger and poverty. If we can make a difference and help improve someone’s living conditions, we must consider the big gap between the rich and the poor. That even as a middle-income family, we can still give out a bit. We may be having our own difficult times, but there will always be someone going through something worse than us.
The homeless, the families living below the poverty line, even orphanages, and hospitals can also benefit from share to care movement. And yes everyone can take part in this charitable cause, without the risk of catching a cold or wasting water.
Guitarmonk students and volunteers, through its CSR, Guitarmonk Social were inspired to join by giving any amount of rice, sweets, breads, biscuits, curry or any kind of food to at least 5-10 people in need within their locality. Through this, our students felt that a heart willing to help will always find a way to give aid to others. That even a small amount can actually mean big to the unfortunate. This initiative as stimulated by Ms. Kalanidhi, and as followed by everyone else, Guitarmonk adopts it as well in response to the hunger crisis in the region. As Guitarmonk Social believes that, “ a heart that gives is a heart that cares.”
Many poor people are not poor by choice but are victims of circumstances and lack of opportunities. Creating an altruistic society may be difficult to make but not at all impossible. If only we realize that each and everyone can contribute to the growth and equality in every community. After all, we are responsible for what will become of this country, and there’s no harm in giving and sharing what good karma gives you as a blessing. So, share to care.
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