Upon interviewing some of the women from this group, I found many motivating starts and successes, sharing a couple with you.
This is not one person’s work and must be a collective responsibility. Police officers like Mr. Ashok, put themselves out front to pass on the message to the users of drug substances, and as readers also we should feel responsible to make sure that the message is passed on where & when needed.
Saba also introduced herself and mentioned that she was very young when her parents died prematurely and now she lives with her relatives. She has completed her schooling and aspires to not depend on anyone anymore as she is a grown-up.
There were some other problems that we faced, but the families in our community didn’t give up, and even after facing all the difficulties we successfully provided food and shelter to the dogs.
Manju has always been very afraid of dogs because once a dog in her childhood bit her, she never kept any animal in her house. Read more to know how her good deed took away fear for dogs.
It took a while, but eventually, the bullying stopped. The girl started to come out of her shell, and we as a group became even closer.
Never get worried about failure, always work for success. Don’t let your confidence accept the failure way, you don’t compare yourself with others because God makes you precious.
A poet once wrote, “Give me a tall ship and a star to steer her by.”
Those two weeks of working with the NGO, making donations, at the end of this journey, joy came to an end too, but we could always relive those moments as we always have those memories safe with us in some pictures.
I’ve observed that somehow somewhere life finds its way. This time Gokuldham emerged as an angel for the people living on the banks of River Ganga. There have been, are, and will always be people and organizations that help you restore faith in humanity and assures that it is not always about self, but selflessness as well.