The virtue of being kind , compassionate, and humble is represented as a part of humanity. Unconditional love, tenderness, comfort, sympathy, and inspiration are all characteristics of it. Although it might seem that being kind makes someone innocent or vulnerable, this is not the case. Compassion necessitates both bravery and hardwork with risk taking . Compassion is an acquired trait that necessitates involvement.
Kindness is taught in every religious tradition. be it's Hinduism, Sikhism, Islamic law, or another religion, they all teach us to be respectful toward others. Humans aren't the only ones who use the word. Cruelty to all living things is considered a sin in many biblical cultures. In return for the respect given to them, deaf animals lift their tails. The same is true for trees. They grow tall and bear fruit, in addition to the generosity of their caregivers. Nature has a way of sharing thanks and sorrow.
Consider this: if you treat people with grace and consideration, you will undoubtedly be showered with blessings, gratitude, and fulfillment. Today we'll talk about a guy who receives the aforementioned stuff as a result of his act of kindness.
Srimaan Ramachandra Raja is an MBA graduate from Rajapalayam, who was born in Chennai and raised in Rajapalayam . He founded a non-profit organization to assist the poor and bring joy. SHREE WELFARE FOUNDATION is the name of his NGO.
He is passionate about politic and wants to serve more people if he is elected. He is working very hard to gain prominence in the diplomatic arena, and his efforts are bearing fruit.
He was appointed to the Sansad Ratna Awards Committee and served as the G20 global summit's director and vice-chairperson.
He joined the NSUI National Students Union of India and became its Vice President under the leadership of Manickam Tagore MP.
He has given school fees in excess of 2.5 lakhs to more than 20 underprivileged children, as well as medical assistance in the amount of 6 lakhs through his NGO. He served food to over 1000 farmers during a farmer's protest in Delhi.
He and his colleagues distributed free meals to COVID-19 patients in government hospitals, as well as refreshments and food packages to police officers working long shifts.
He aspires to make the world around him a happier and more peaceful place, and he works tirelessly to achieve this goal. He is a decent man with a quest to make the planet a better place where people can live happily without worrying about simple needs. Being a true nation lover he believes "Patriotism is not short, frenzied outbursts of emotion, but the tranquil and steady dedication of a lifetime."
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