"Smile is a curve that sets everything straight."
I was scrolling through different kind of insta mags, so I came across this really very interesting account with a name called "Smilegifters", so I thought it will be a random account where, they might be posting quotes related to positivity.
But it was something about people those who are really working hard to gift "Smile" on other's faces, and they call it as Little Acts of Goodness (LAOG).
One of those LAOG, which inspired me a lot, was,story of Rakesh Nayyar "The man behind Mission Chai".
Being an "chai lover", every morning, very first thing, I look forward to, is my kitchen to grab a steaming hot cup of tea. Same way someone who delicately taking care of poor just by serving tea, to see them smiling in a way to bless him, is really appreciating.
Rakesh Nayyar serves tea to poor patients of Kidwai Cancer Institute, he starts his mornings, Being and engineer with ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), He is been doing this since 2015. Inspired by his selfless service, many have come forward to assist him.
The volunteers bring at least 10 ltrs. of tea and 10 ltrs. of Badam milk - prepared at home, to the hospital around 6.15 AM everyday.
While the tea is served to adult patients and their relatives, the milk is for pediatric patients, a pack of biscuits accompanies the beverages. The daily expenditure is of around 2500.
He says " To understand what we do, one must take a tray of tea and biscuit to the patients and see the smiles on their faces."
When he was nursing his father-in-Law, who was suffering from Gangrene, at an Amritsar Hospital, he was served tea by a poor woman. that was a turning point in Nayyar's life, he soon approached KCI to begin the service.
So once you start loving others you definitely learn to love yourself.
A small gift of smile, or a change can, undoubtedly can help you to bring transformation in yourself.
So Just love yourself, to spread smile.
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