IFM CHARITY EVENT 2018.
what could be more valuable, and rewarding, than donating some of yourself? The society requires offerings and help. IFM students put their humanity forward and sacrificed for the betterment of others. “We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give”.
One of the best ways to relieve yourself from the stresses in life is by giving to others. When you help others it takes the focus off of you and your problems and shifts the focus to the needs of others. Helping others brings about change in the community and a peace to you and someone in need. Ever notice that those who are truly very wealthy and successful are always involved in charities? Many of them are not just writing checks and dolling out cash to the first charity that comes knocking. I mean they are truly involved with charities and they do this by giving their time, money, energy, setting up trusts, and getting involved in events. They really go the distance for a charity they are involved with. Usually it’s because they simply want to. For example, Bill and Melinda Gates and Bono were selected as Time Magazines people of the year not because of their personal accomplishments. But because of their involvement in charities and humanitarian causes. It’s because they give and they do it from the bottom of their hearts. The power of giving comes from a selfless act where you simply give from your heart. This act of giving is not tied to any special event, holiday or celebration; it is merely a time when you give from the heart because you want to share what you have, show your appreciation and you give because you truly care.
There should not be any other motive behind it. You don’t give so that you can get something in return. You give because you want to. It was 28th of January when we saw students of IFM doing whatever they could to lighten the lives of others. Students saw the need to give to the society, saw the need to help others. They had passion that pushed them towards accomplishing what they had in their minds. They wanted to help and so they did; even though they had to strive and contribute whatever small they had. They had to travel a relatively long distance to do their offerings. It was Saturday; finally the long wait was over. The journey started from the institute at 8:00 am; composing lots of students, leaders, teachers as well as dean of students at IFM.
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