“Everyone has a purpose in life and a unique talent to give to others. And when we blend this unique talent with service to others, we experience the ecstasy and exultation of own spirit, which is the ultimate goal of all goals.”
Keeping this quote in mind, Clan Water Sharks of Manav Rachna University invited Sh. Ravi Kalra (Founder of The Earth Saviours Foundation) on account of Children’s Day, for a session to enlighten students on human values. The Earth Saviours Foundation’s mission is to serve humanity in every possible way. It is home to the homeless, needy, elderly people who have been disgraced by family and society. The needy people are provided with food, accommodation and medical care. There are presently hundreds of such less privileged people living permanently at his NGO. On the occasion of Children’s Day, he shared the role today’s youth can play in making the world a better place where people live with love, empathy, and compassion with the needy people. He also shared his ambitions and dreams for safer, green and pollution-free earth.
Students were inspired by his great personality and were motivated to take care of our Mother Earth and help everyone in any possible way that they can. Manav Rachna feels the honour to appreciate him for his Nobel work.