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.
Summer break from school and studies is a time when usually children will mostly relax or travel to distant places, make new friends and do all the fun activities possible can. Some children are privileged to have the luxury of relaxing, while some might not and they have to play another role for their family.
Today, there are little over 50 such families who have learned to separate the food that can be given to the cows from what is trash, and they give the food to the cows in the morning and the evening. With this little step, not only Neha is saving many cows’ life, but also ensuring that there is a good use for the still edible portion of the food that is used for the cows.