I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.
Rabindranath Tagore

He Quit His Corporate Job to Help His City's Needy

He Quit His Corporate Job to Help His City's Needy

Apr 16, 2017-- How much of a difference can one person possibly make? Here's a great example. Five years ago, Goutham Kumar decided to walk away from a successful career and commit to helping others full time in his hometown of Hyderabad, India. It wasn't enough to be a passion; he wanted it to be his profession. First he started Save a Life, which aims at rescuing and rehabilitating the homeless. Then he started a nonprofit called Serve Needy, which helps the poor and homeless. He opened an orphanage to shelter and educate children. He started a program to collect leftovers and distribute meals to hundreds of people daily. He is making available a mobile ambulance to provide medical and emergency services to the poor. His message to others? Come forward and serve. More on this remarkable man and his inspirational example. (17340 reads)


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