We recently witnessed another example of people who without wanting anything in return, help the people in need who are homeless or don’t have anyone to taken care of.
In Hamilton, New Zealand, the homeless are very well cared for by some large-hearted Sikh families who have come together to distribute food and clothes to those who can’t have them on their own.
According to a report in Stuff.co, A Singh and Kaur family wake at 3 am each Sunday and cook pots of curry and rice and brew Milo (an important grain in the central US, Africa, and Asia). They provide them with many things like socks, beanies, shoes, and jackets- who need them the most.
Rajveer Singh searched for a man he once saw during a charity event whose shoes was in bad condition and he gifted him a new pair of shoes.
“This is the best thing ever. I’m going to look after these really well,” the homeless man named Mark told Stuff.co. Mark and his partner trek for nearly 5 km every Sunday to make to this charity event organized by the Sikh families. To care for those who are less privileged an integral part of Sikhism and for the immigrant family it’s their way of thanking the country that open-heartedly allows them to call it home.
The world would be a better place if we all become the same person as Rajveer Singh who is doing all the good deeds of helping the underprivileged.
There are many countries in the world which are going through religious disputes, hatred among the people they live with and fighting for different causes which can be solved just by sitting and talking calmly.
With these small act of kindness, we can create a better place for everyone to live peacefully.