I so clearly remember those childhood days when my mother, grandma & grandpa used to feed the staff at home or those leprosy community in my city which my mom was so attached to, on my birthdays, Christmas or sometimes on no occasions too.
With all my innocence I used to watch people getting fed & giving blessings to us. My family’s definition of celebration was very simple – feed the poor.
I also remember mom’s words- “Ann daan se bada koi daan nahi hota beta” (“dear, there’s no bigger charity than feeding someone”). Back then I never realised the importance of these words until I experienced the same.
To be honest it doesn’t matter how many are you feeding or how much you have to feed, the important thing that matters is the transparent intentions & efforts that you put in towards this deed.
Even if we can feed one homeless/less privileged person to best of our abilities, trust me it makes huge difference to him!
You really don’t have to be a millionaire to bring a wide smile with a sparkle of happiness on someone’s face. I know many of us are already contributing to the society we live in & that’s what keeps the belief on humanity still alive.
The idea of publishing this post was to inspire & keep getting inspired. We are ultimately what we see. We unconsciously learn so much in life watching different things around & this is why it’s so important to set the right example to the upcoming generation.
I hope the message is directly delivered to your hearts. 💕 Have a great Sunday friends. ☺
Till next time stay happy and fab!
– Shweta ♥