Ethics always says, “Not I, but thou.” Its motto is, “Not self, but non-self.” The vain ideas of individualism to which man clings when he is trying to find that Infinite Power, or that infinite pleasure through the senses, have to be given up say the laws of ethics. You have to put yourself last and others before you. The senses say, “Myself first.” Ethics say “I must hold myself last.” Thus, all codes of ethics are based upon this renunciation; destruction, not construction, of the individual on the material plane. That Infinite will never find expression upon the material plane, not is it possible or thinkable.
The struggle between the element of “I” and the ethic of “others” cannot be ended so easily, but ethics can be proven with selfless deeds. Our volunteer Mr.P.Bheemeswararao has provided food and medical assistance to a poor and orphan old lady S.Atchiyamma at Chodavaram, Visakhapatnam dist. This deed really reveals the definitions to the terms of ethics and selfless deeds. LAASA believes that ethics are the seeds for selfless deeds.