My Spiritual Journey

I am not backed by an NGO, nor am I a government-sponsored organisation; I am mostly self-funded through my pension and life savings. That said I do get a few donations and, most importantly, lots of help and support from my family.

You may ask why and what is the motive behind this contribution to the community.

I believe that animals, nature and human beings included are a community and as such we must sincerely care for one another in our different ways, however big or small, to be able to live together in harmony. Every one of us has something to give and share with society.

Unfortunately today we live in a culture where we as a society have become greedier and more self-indulgent. As a consequence, the poor, who are watching this growing inequality from the periphery, have become angrier and as a result of this injustice, crime is on the increase.

Mahatma Gandhi said that “a nation would be judged by the way it treats its animals.” To this I will add “a nation will fall in shame if it continues to violate its helpless people at the present scale.”