Code : A000352
Project : Food and Nutrition – LAASA 100 day Food Programme
Volunteer : Ruppa Chinna
Need : Food and Basic Needs Assistance
Beneficiaries : Gangu Ramarao (40) and family
Location : Ampolu Village, Srikakulam Dist.

“The food we eat determines the smell of the belch that follows. The taste of bread that we prepare depends on the kind of flour we use. If you sow seeds in an infertile land, they will not sprout and yield a rich harvest. So also in a person who has dull or evil (rajasic) qualities in their heart, virtuous and pious qualities like worshipping the Lord or compassion cannot flourish. It is therefore necessary for a person to do such things through which the field of their heart can be purified and cleansed. Therefore, take courage and move forward on the noble path in the journey of life. The kind of work we engage in will determine the kind of fruits that we get. Hence Lord Krishna has taught in the Gita that the purity of work (karma) is extremely important. Remember God never teaches or does something which does not have deeper spiritual meaning for our well-being.”
– Anonymous
LAASA salutes its volunteer Ruppa Chinna who has explained the meaning and the inner essence of all the vedas by identifying needy person Gangu Ramarao – a daily wage labor from Ampolu Village, Srikakulam – suffering from the aftermath of an accident and needs financial support for basic needs of him and his family. LAASA has committed to extend hand by providing the Food for 100 days that would help him recover both physically and mentally.
The basic essence of all the Vedas is to serve the needful with purity at heart with unity. As always LAASA is to Love all and Serve All to infinity and beyond.