A inspirational incident for those who have become self-centered
Delhi-NCR, 6th December, 2016: We boast a lot in the society, but as soon as the time comes to take the first step for the cause, we step back because of our own limitations or hesitations. But the news that we are sharing today is not just a news, but is an Inspirational message for us. This inspirational story is about Raj Mahajan, who in this busy and chaotic Delhi NCR helped save a life.
Raj Mahajan, famous Musician and Chairman of Moxx Music Company has a busy schedule generally but loves to spend time with children. Musician Raj Mahajan, with his children was on an outing on 6th November. He then noticed that an old aged lady of around 65-70 years was wandering hopelessly around the red light. At the same time, Raj’s children shared her video through Facebook live streaming and appealed people to identify the lady. Then Raj took help from his neighbours who were from hilly areas, so that the lady’s language could be deciphered. Now it was clear that she was a Garhwali. Raj’s neighbour tried to interact her in Garhwali language, but because of her mental illness and inability to speak properly, all seemed to be useless.
Raj said, “Where there is a will there’s a way, this popular quote just crossed my mind upon hearing this. My mind was filled with hope, a hope to let a lost woman meet her family, a hope to let a lost mother meet her children, a hope to bring a small change in the society. In the evening around 6 PM I along with my friend Bisht left for Vaishali Sec-2 to search for Prabha Devi’s family. While roaming around Ramleela Maidan suddenly I noticed changes in Prabha Devi’s expressions and a lady shopkeeper smiled upon seeing Prabha Devi. We further enquired that lady shopkeeper about Prabha Devi and finally got her home.”
Upon reaching home Prabhi Devi herself signalled Raj to leave and went inside her home. Nobody from the house nor Prabha Devi herself thanked Raj for his sincere efforts. Raj and his friend were little surprised by this gesture but Raj returned home quite happy and satisfied.
Every one watches needy people but only those helps who are born with kind and mighty heart. Someone has correctly said ‘Sympathy is greater than gold’. To help someone in need you should feel his or her pain.
Raj said ‘If I would not have brought her with me the she might have got lost while roaming here and there, would have slept anywhere, would have remained hungry. Her clothes would have become dirty in few days. Then people would have started treating her as a beggar and thus a good lady from a cultured family would have forced to live like anonymous or something worse could have happened on the roads of Delhi-NCR. I am quite happy that Prabha Devi is now safe at her home with her family.’
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