The sense of service is disappearing from the Society

The sense of service is disappearing from the Society

Written By: / Articles / Monday, 14 November 2022 16:49

While fulfilling the responsibilities of ordinary life, when one has to move somewhere outside his circle, then often such people are faced, in whom there is no place for selfishness and personal convenience. Such people selflessly do something for someone, but do not want anything different for themselves in return. Rather, even if someone tries to give something, they politely refuse them and clearly say that since they serve without any selfishness, that’s why he sleeps very well and there is peace in his life. If they allow selfishness in their nature, then they know that the most important happiness and peace in their life will be snatched away. Seeing such people, I think how such people have saved themselves in today’s self-centred society. After all, where does so much patience come from within them that they are able to save themselves from the web of selfishness of the world. Such people do not even come from very well educated and highly called civilized families, they are from ordinary families, but the service It calls for simplicity and simplicity, and not for outward pomp and show as is often seen in today’s world. This is present as a specialty within such people. Today, less service is being focused more on its promotion.
In a city during the Corona period, the scenes of photographs being taken while distributing bags of flour and four loaves to the isolated leaders create a strange nostalgia.
In this sequence, there is one thing that many social organizations keep running in the process of converting black money into white.Huh. There, under the guise of the spirit of service, their business interests are more simple. Membership of so-called institutions with such high fees is taken only to establish identity.
Today the spirit of service has almost disappeared from the society. Every person has started believing in the culture of ‘Is Haath De Us Haath Ley’. The importance of secret donation was once considered to be very important and the donor used to give importance to keeping his identity secret. There was no publicity or hope of fruit behind it. But times are changing rapidly. Because of materialistic cultureEveryone wants instant results.
For example, if my name appears in the newspaper, a plaque is put on it, who knows if tomorrow the successor will take this credit himself! This lust of politicians is understandable that they are poor illusory creatures and their life itself keeps on traveling on the two tracks of credit and cursing. But when many times the common man also seems to be trapped in this competition, then one has to think that our values of life are either changing rapidly or new beliefs are being created with time. The parameters of success have changed. service one nirvikar Not feeling, it has become a ladder to take credit and establish dominance in the society. Those who do righteousness and throw them into the river, serve silently without any noise, there is a special glow on their face and a feeling of contentment in the mind. They are true karma yogis, they have no aspiration, no need for publicity.
The sense of benevolence is getting marginalized today. Donors have money for redundant events, fashion shows, dance events, but money goes to schools, hospitals and orphanages. We have to change our approach. what Six deeds should also be done with selflessness. Why the desire to repay every donation? Why get the price for every service? Why do we not want to experience the pleasure of silent service? This tradition eventually gets passed on in the family and the younger generation seems to be shunned when an elderly person in the house becomes ill. By handing over the sick person to the hospital, his duties are considered to be complete. Service is not only a tradition but also a part of the society and culture of the country. to serve without aspiration or ambition In today’s era, people may seem like creatures from another planet, but these are the pillars on which the foundation of a civilized and cultured society rests. It should be our endeavor not only to preserve this bright side of humanity but also to contribute constructively to its prosperity without any greed. 

About the Author

Vijay Garg

Vijay Garg

Vijay Garg is a regular contributor of Imphal Times, mostly related with Education. Vijay is a resident of Street Kour Chand MHR Malout-152107 Distt Sri Muktsar sahib Punjab. Vijay Garg, Ex.PES-1 is a retired Principal from Government Girls Sen Sec school Mandi Harji Ram Malout -152106 Punjab. He is also the author of Quantitative Aptitude, NTSE , NMMS, Mathematics of XII, ICSE numerical physics and chemistry many more books.

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