Code : A000414
Project : Food & Nutrition (Including 100 Day Food Programme)
Volunteer : Dilleswara Rao
Beneficiaries : Burla Purnamma (55), Kanuri Chinnababu (58)
Location : Gopalapuram Village & Ananthagiri Village, Pathapatnam
“The word surrender has been misinterpreted and people promote idleness in the name of surrender. We think that our mind and body have been surrendered to the Lord. Your mind is not under your own control, how then can you hold it and give it to the Lord? You have no control over your own body too. So to say that you have surrendered your mind and body to the Lord is untrue. The flute is a very good example of an instrument close to the Lord and the one great quality in the flute is its complete surrender. There is nothing left in the flute, there are no residual desires. In fact, the inside of the flute is completely hollow. The flute has nine holes in it, and the flute of our body has nine holes too. That flute has been able to go close to the Lord because it is completely hollow. So also, if we can remove all the pulp of desires from our body, then there is no doubt that this flute of our body can also go close to the Lord..”
LAASA salutes its volunteer Dilleswara Rao who has explained the meaning and the inner essence of all the vedas by identifying needy people – Burla Purnamma (55), Kanuri Chinnababu (58) residents of Gopalapuram Village & Ananthagiri Village, Pathapatnam who are very poor and not in a position to get food for their stomach. LAASA has committed to extend hand by providing the necessary Food & Nutrition (Including 100 Day Food Programme) that would help them to provide food for 100 days.
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.