Boy this thing is really picking up now!
Some of the tweets read as:
My way or the high way??? Why not choose the highest way!!!so#Volunteer4BetterIndia
Many pay 30% tax to the Government. This means that 4 months in a year we work for PM & Co. #Volunteer4BetterIndia - make them do their jobs
No Belongingness = Corruption. No one would ask/take bribes from anyone they consider their own. Spread Belongingness #Volunteer4BetterIndia
Why this volunteer volunteer volunteer di?! Because I love India... #Volunteer4BetterIndia!
It sure gets my adrenalin gushing through my veins. And yes, even I want to do something for my country!
More than a million tweets in a day. Man, stunning! Absolutely astonishing!
But, what exactly is #Volunteer4BetterIndia?
Guruji in the Ashram at the satsang said that we must devote at least an year of our life to our country. India! The Master was correct; we need to give an year to the country in order to bring about the change. So, give an year and volunteer and India will change. Thus, ‘Volunteer for better India.’
Now, don’t ask me why shall we work towards bringing about the change? It’s logical.
I mean, do you want to really want to live with this education system (click to read one of my blog posts) and crib all the time?
Do you still want to see a third of our country illiterate?
Do you want to have people continuing and following age-old customs like Dowry and child marriage?
Do you want to live in a ‘tiger-less India?’
Do really want to see several NGOs (click to read one of my blog posts) milking money from people for their own sake and not for people?
Lastly, would you even like to see the rate of currencies like dollar, euro and pound go further up?
So, work towards the change. Even the seva mentioned in this (click on the ‘this’ hyperlink) blog post of mine, could just be fine but then, it has to be regular. Take up a project and then, stick on to it. Any project that helps the society in some way or the other would do, but work towards change!
As my Art Of Living teacher says, “YOU TEDDY BEAR!!! Don't just sit there and look cute, but make a difference!”
So, pick up your seva arm and start like you have never started before, and work like you have never worked before.
Jai Gurudev J