LIFE SAVERS AT WORK ~CHARITY

“Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference.”

– Kathy Calvin

Hey readers! How are you all doing? As a high school teen, I’ve been busy with my studies, but my love of blogging never diminishes, so I thought of blogging every once in a week! Well then, today’s awareness topic is about the golden value – ‘Charity’.

When blogging about this topic, I fondly recall this incident when I’d earned about 500-1000 fils(as in Kuwait) through winning in bets with my dad and my sister. The feeling did enable me to think a lot as to what to do with my savings. Then, when my church announced a charity that supports for orphanage causes, the decision immediately came to my mind to contribute the whole of my ‘only’ money for the orphanage. Up to this day, thinking about that great decision made by a thirteen-year old, I’m still feeling happy and blessed. I thank the Almighty for helping me to make the right decision.

Charity is saving a life by being generous and giving what you’ve got (my former site name). Almost everyone knows what charity’s all about. I would be sharing the importance and the great beings who gave their life for charity as well as heart-touching results of millions upon the impact of benefaction. Before I begin, I would like to extend my gratitude to all the organizations and groups that are working hard for charity to be known. May God shower His blessings to all of them..

Charity, according to me, is one of the most grateful things we are doing for the restoration of humanity. Whether it may be big or small, the love that we are showing to our brothers and sisters is enough to save a life. Heart touching indeed. If you have only one penny and you’re contributing that only penny that you have to the charity, you have saved a life from further suffering. You’ve not only made a transformative impact but have also contributed for the life of our mother Earth in revealing it’s magic of generosity!

As in CAF website, I learnt that more than three in ten adults around the world donated money to charity in 2020. Positive increase has been seen in the field of charity and that calls for a magnanimous community.

Encouraging the support of Charity and educating every single human being about Charity is our Responsibility! It makes a bigger impact on society and sustainable development takes place. Everyone will be able to live because of benevolence. We learn many values such as equality, importance of our rights, generosity, love, being sensitive to one another’s feelings, forgiveness, warm-heartedness, selflessness and so much more from the lesson of sympathy making us philanthropic citizens!

Charity has played, and is still playing, a great role in awareness. By doing so, it clearly indicates that you have a warm heart for mankind. So, let’s all spread awareness together with burgeoning hopes for a happy and peaceful future! God Bless You, Stay safe ‘nd Happy Reading:)

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Manasa Kulkarni says:

    Nice Read πŸ™‚ Keep up your good work!

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for reading and liking! I’m happy that you’ve found it nice😊

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  3. What a lovely thing to do as a kid. I’m not surprised that your decision still makes you smile. Being kind feels good for the giver as well as the receiver. πŸ™‚

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    1. Anonymous says:

      Yes, you’re exactly right. It’s been two years since that time has passed by and me being fifteen now makes me want to spread the love for charity. Thank you for taking the time to read and like. You’ve made my day!

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