Sewa day, as always, was excellent motivation to go out and do some good.
The Go Dharmic team joined up with Luton Hindu Mandir to feed the homeless at the Noah Shelter. They were treated to a delicious vegetarian prasad, with all of the dairy products used being organic. It was wonderful, if only for a few hours, to see life from the perspective of people who are less fortunate then most of us, and all involved felt deeply that it was something we should do more often. We also dropped off a load of long-life organic milk at the LAMP (Luton Accommodation and Move-on Project) which aims to provide advice, support and opportunities for young people to develop independent living skills. Their services are offered to young people aged 16 to 25 years who are either homeless, living in temporary accommodation or likely to become homeless within the Borough of Luton.
The aim is that with these small acts, we can, little by little, make the world a better place.
Congratulations to everybody who participated in Sewa Day
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