I applaud the efforts of governments in various countries that they’re really thinking of the women in the country and making it a safer, healthier place and environment for them. It is each one of our responsibility as well to promote healthy living for women.
Everyone’s way of helping is different, and there is definitely something to learn from everyone. Our karma teaches us that we should help everyone without any expectation to receive something in return and sometimes life also gives us a message, we just have to read it, understand it, do something about it and pass it on.
Thank you readers for hearing my little story of someone’s kindness and them doing their duty toward making society a better place for everyone. To learn more about this organization, you can visit their website Child Life Care Mission.
Today, I’m going to tell you a story of a 23-year-old boy, Gaurav Chauhan who lives in the village Kwarna in Chakrata, District Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India. Gaurav, after completing his school education in Cantt. Inter College, Chakrata, went on to study in a degree college. In the middle of his education at the college, he left his study and decided..
At first, Mita refused to take it but Anu made her understand by saying, “Mita, I know that you’re very much uncomfortable here but trust me, I’m with you here, so feel free to talk, and please eat some food”.
Their little business took off and now, the couple is completely independent and very happy. They still are not in touch with their children and as they’ve made their lives beautiful on their own, they’ve given a very special message to the world.
I met a girl named Ayushi who is in seventh grade at her school, a little girl who taught me that kindness needs no age to help someone. Her story would have gone unnoticed if it wasn’t for my new friend Manju – Ayushi is Manju’s niece – please read on to know what Ayushi did.
The moment I saw him, I promised myself that I’ll give the dog a better life where he doesn’t have to run around looking for shelter or food, which I delivered by taking care of him.
Everyone celebrates their birthday the way they want to make themselves feel special, but perhaps very few people make it in this way, the real humanity is that we share our happiness with others, especially to do something for those who are not capable.
Manish, having learned kindness and compassion from his parents, also helps many people; if someone in his factory is sick or tired due to overwork, he would go out of the way and starts helping them.