This blood was going to be donated to the hospital where families could not afford to purchase it as the cost can run very high depending upon the supply. Helping a stranger, to whom we even don’t know a bit, by donating your blood is humanity.
I really like this event at my school because it can really help the people that have been struggling with life. I think this event can be really helpful and helps us children understand the true meaning of being kind and helping other people. I hope to continue helping others with my little efforts in the future also.
Their prices could barely cover the cost of the material in general. Sita Rasoi would get funding for their noble deed from the people who could give to the needy, like the rich people, or just someone who wanted to spread kindness.
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.
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.
What amazes me about this is not that this is just a choice that my sister and other helping people in the society have made, but this has become a part of their life and they all always help out without any reservations. This has become a part of their lives and comes out of them naturally, and inspires me every day of my life to do my part that I try.
Nearby, some people know about their condition and are helpful, kind, and show compassion by giving them some food and money while visiting the place where they live. This is what keeps their livelihood going, showing the good in the community that this family truly appreciates.
Shubham and his other friends like to trek and do this very often. During one such expedition, Shubham saw a stray puppy who was way too skinny and looked in a very bad shape, still a puppy who doesn’t know his ways around life.
My friend, Jay Krishnan donated his birthday gifts from his birthday party, to charity! His compassion to help society, brought smiles to everyone.
Selfless people, organizations show the world, that not only they’ve got compassion for the society but since they’re enriched with the resources needed during these testing times, they can open their hearts and pockets too.