From a spiritual point of view, we are all like the limbs of one body, and when one part of the body is in pain, it also affects the others. Thus spirituality does not mean putting attention on yourself and becoming egocentric, but in assisting others out of love and compassion, and doing selfless service.
From the very beginning, the Kirpal Sagar project provided humanitarian aid, from which the people especially in the surrounding areas benefit. Over the course of thirty years, our activities have been extended to remote and socially disadvantaged regions in northern India, with the goal of providing training and support in all aspects of the recipient’s life, in order to help them become totally self-sufficient.
Practical humanitarian aid is needed everywhere, but the world’s situation can greatly improve if we can all change our angle of vision to one of unity and love for one another.