#35 They smile, even with those limited resources, when they are not sure about the next meal.

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#35 They smile, even with those limited resources, when they are not sure about the next meal.
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If you if you volunteer for a plogging drive like a beach cleanliness drive or a mountain trail, trash cleanliness drive, you will have to bend down maybe 3000 times or at least a few 100 times in an hour to pick trash and just once if you do that no matter what demographic do you come from which part of the society, you will never throw trash again. Similarly, if you volunteer with any nonprofit, there are at least 1000 of them doing very good work in the remote areas of India. If you volunteer with them for any cause, especially around the environment, you would see how privileged you are. No matter how difficult your life seems right now, how bad the situation feels. Oh, my God, things are not working out. But when you see those villagers, those people in the slums or the tribal areas, and you see them, they smile, even with those limited resources, when they are not sure about the next meal, you will realise how privileged you are and you will feel like giving back to the society much more creating much more impact.

Harshvardhan Joshi | Youngest Everest expedition leader; Climbed while battling COVID-19 +2 Cyclones | Marketer, Sustainability Advocate | TEDx Motivational Speaker | IRONMAN | 20M+ reached through 100+ media coverage

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