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Nirmaan Organization

We have only one passion, The rise of a great Nation

It was late September in 2014. We were visiting Fr. Agnel’s orphanage as a part of the Joy of Giving Week celebrations and there was excitement in the air as we boarded the bus with everyone looking forward to meet the kids. As we reached the orphanage, we found the kids waiting expectantly, their jubilant faces beaming at us as they saw us coming from across the football field. The plans for the day included a collage competition and a football rematch from last year when the kids had recorded a comprehensive victory. The kids divided themselves into groups: some chose to play football, some basketball, some went for collage and some chose just to sit and interact. I played football for a while and then went and sat next to my friend who was talking to kids. She was looking at the collage one of the kids, who was around 8, had made and was complimenting his work. She asked him how he had managed to make such a beautiful picture and he replied “My mother taught me how to.” It took a moment for the significance of that statement to sink in. viagra pas cher inde lille I was left dumbstruck for a while. This memory is going to stay with me for a long time. It was one of those moments which gives you a new perspective on life. I felt grateful for all that I have. I have a newfound respect for people who were handed the short end of the stick by life and had to battle great odds. The delight etched on their faces is still vivid in my memory. The happiness we can bring to people by taking out a small amount of time from our lives continues to amaze me.

Sukirt Thakur

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