Joy of the recipient should be your objective


Project:Medical Assistance (Medicines &Hospitilization Aid)& Food & Nutrition (Including 100 day food program)

Volunteer:SeethaLakshmi Manda

Need:Poor and deserving patient suffering with pancreas problem

LAASA’s Solution:Provided medical assistance

Beneficiaries:Deva Raju &BoyinaSunitha and family

Location:Manguvaarithota, Srikakulam, AP.

The service that you render must reward you, not only with your satisfaction, but with the satisfaction and relief of those whom you serve. When those whom you serve are not relieved or made happy thereby, of what avail is your elation or exultation at the help you have been allowed to offer? You should have the joy of the recipient as your objective. Do not sit back and talk of your having done what is expected of you but try to discover whether your act of service has really been worthwhile, whether it has been intelligent­ly rendered with full appreciation of the peculiar circumstances of the individual who needed it.

Our volunteer Seethalakshmi Manda, with a thought of bringing the happiness on the needy faces, identified two needy families. 1) DevaRaju a patient suffering with pancreas problem, was unable to work due to his multi-organsare not functioning. LAASA provided medical assistance to this deserving patient at Manguvaarithota, Srikakulam Dist., AP. 2) BoyinaSunitha who undergone massive shock due to her son’s death which caused her a neurological problem. Her husband was not able to work. LAASA provided food under 100 day food program to this deserving problem at Arasavilli, Srikakulam Dist., AP.

Devote every day at least five minutes for re­citing the Lord’s name and a few minutes for ren­dering some kind of service to the needy and the forlorn. Include in your daily prayers a prayer for the welfare of all people in the world. Do not be engrossed in your own wellbeing and salvation.