Friday, November 23, 2012
Man of the Millennium
He received a sum of Rs 30 crores as part of this award which he distributed entirely for the needy as usual.
All our Politicians, Film stars, Business magnets, cricketers Press and we all Indians should be PROUD and also should be ashamed of ourselves.
American Government has honored him but we Indians even don't know that such a personality exist amongst us.
Atleast have the courtesy to pass this on and on till the whole world comes to know about this Great Good Samaritan.
This report was taken from a daily in India. I was impressed with what the writer wrote, “American Government has honored him but we Indians even don't know that such a personality exist amongst us”.
Mr. Kalayanasundaram was not a rich and famous man. He was just a simple government servant who earned a small monthly wage but he had a big heart as he gave all that he earned to the poor not for one or two months but for 30 long years. It is strange that despite his great gesture he was not recognized by his own people but by others far away in distant land.
It is very true. There are many Kalayanasundarams in our midst but we fail to recognize and appreciate them as they may be not ‘great’ people in society. We look up with awe to those who give millions to the poor but we do not see the little things done with great love by simple people around us.
This humble little man from India should make us look out for the little “angels” around us, in our family, among our friends, our work place and even in our places of worship. They are the little people who work God’s miracles among us.
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