Respect your actions
Project:Food & Nutrition (Including 100 day food programme)
Need:Poor and deserving family
LAASA’s Solution:Provided food under 100 day food program
Beneficiaries:LabbaSyamala and her 2 children
Location:Thotada Village, Polaki Mandal, Srikakulam, AP.
The Upanishads say, “Tasmainamaḥkarmañe” (salutations to action). You should offer your salutations to the action you perform so that it becomes sacred, brings you good name and contributes to the welfare of the world. This is one of the primary doctrines of the culture of Bharat (India). Since time immemorial, the Bharatiyas (Indians) have been offering respect to action, be it big or small, before undertaking it. A dancer pays her respects to the anklets that she wears before the commencement of her dance performance. Even an illiterate lorry driver offers his obeisance to the steering wheel before driving the vehicle. This is the sacredness that our culture imparts to action.
Our volunteer BammidiVenkataRaowith such good attitude had identified a poor and needy woman LabbaSyamala at Thotada Village, Polaki Mandal, Srikakulam Dist., AP. She is a HIV patient. She has two children. She is not able to earn for food. LAASA provided food and nutrition under 100-day food program.
We the LAASA provide the service to the deserving with respect. Offer your namaskaar(salutation) to the action you perform. What is namaskaar? It is giving up the sense of ego.