Islamic welfare organization contributes towards Wall of Kindness during Covid-19 – Better Life Info


I stumbled upon an inspiring post on Sunday, while going through the WordPress Reader, which I often visit to look for new post ideas and to reblog some really good ones,

This article is about an organization which has contributed dry ration and pulses during these difficult times of Covid-19, when many people have lost their jobs and their families have become needy.

Inspiring contribution made by Muslim organization

I was initially glad to see that a Muslim organization, called Islamic Welfare Organisation, had made the contribution for the Wall of Kindness maintained by Army’s 25 Infantary Div at ALG gate.

But after thinking deeper, I felt that organizations across the world should make more such contributions to help the needy families.

Iran’s Wall of Kindness spreads through India

An Iranian started the initiative, called The Wall of Kindness, where people from۔different walks of life contribute essential items for the poor and needy people۔ The initiative is now spreading in India.

Shafqat Mir stated that the organisation will continue to reach out to the disadvantaged and needy in society.

According to the statement, Mir urged people from all walks of life to work together and unite for the benefit of the destitute and downtrodden.

It is a simple and wonderful idea; the sort that one wonders why no one thought of before! The Wall of Kindness idea is a welfare / charity project that is easy to implement and a great way to make sure that what one doesn’t need finds its way to those who do need it. An idea that originated in Iran has found its way to India now.

When western sanctions and high unemployment rates negatively impacted the Iranian economy, an Iranian who wanted to remain anonymous started a new way for people to help those in need. Soon Walls of Kindness started to appear spontaneously in Iran.

When western sanctions and high unemployment rates negatively impacted the Iranian economy, an Iranian who wanted to remain anonymous started a new way for people to help those in need. Soon Walls of Kindness started to appear spontaneously in Iran and is now spreading across India.

Finally, I need to say that such generosity should and can be done by each one of us at our own levels. The One Almighty God does not look at the size of your kindness, but the intention of your heart while doing it. May He bless us all with good understanding.

Source: Better Life Info

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