C.Saraswathi – Ambai – Tirunelveli District
This happened in Ambai – police station. We went there to get permission for canvassing the free - eye camp announcement to be held on 19.7.15. There was a big crowd because of the riot in a nearby village. A constable asked us to wait for some time. Even after 45 minutes we were not able to get in. When we thought of leaving a lady constable rushed towards us and welcomed us. She felt very sorry for not noticing us. Then she helped us to get the permission and treated us kindly with respect. We came to know that she had written the Indian culture test conducted by Vivekananda Kendra and selected for the camp. We realised the effect of our Kendra activities and thanked her for the timely help. Such incidents boost us to serve more and more.
K.Ramalakshmi - Chekkarakudi – II – Thoothukudi District
I am serving in Chekkarakudi – II. Every month we conduct Deepa Pooja. One last Tuesday a lady named Muthulakshmi came to me and asked me whether she could join the Deepa Pooja. I told her that it was for all who were willing. Then she came for 6 months continuously. Last week, after the Deepa Pooja she came to me and happily told me that she was blessed because of the pooja. She and her husband who were living separately joined together forgetting all their misunderstandings. Now they are very happy and peaceful. I am also very happy on hearing this and encourage to gather more number of ladies for the Deepa Pooja.
P.Sathya – Palayampatti – Virudhunagar district
This incident happened in our Balwadi at palayampatti. Rithish is so poor that he can’t even buy Chappals. He comes bare footed. One day when all the children went to the toilet, a boy named Karthick noticed Rithish going without Chappals. At once he took his Chappals on hand and gave them to Rithish and insisted him to take. I was much impressed to see Karthik’s helping tendency and Voluntary help in this young age.
R.Sakunthala – Pethaperumalkudiiruppu – Kanyakumari District
A lady named Sahaya Selva Rathika aged 30 came to Kanyakumari Eye – Camp. She had lost her one eye sight totally 5 years ago. She couldn’t see her child clearly. She underwent an operation in our camp and regained her lost eye-sight. She felt so happy for being able to see her young child and expressed her gratitude happily. Really I was much delighted and understood the fruit of service.