Whenever I was pass that street there was man who sitting and selling '' Guava '' that man named is '' Mr Nirmal'' and every day morning his job was '' Guava Selling '' I took Guava regularly from him, whenever I took Guava from him I said '' Be Peaceful with you and yours household'' and this same word I was continues share with him 3 – 4 Weeks.
One day he finished his entire Guava and he was waiting and when I was passing same street he said to me brother can we talk you have a time for me? I said yes, we were sat one tea stall and he shared about his life story specially one his personal sad and bad habit, that wise he was sad also can't sleep very well in every night, so he was going on trouble with his family, I asked from him, can I come in yours house with my family? he said okay, me and my family went his house and we spent time 1hr, then I shared one story from Bible, my wife prayed for them, we were back home from his place and was waiting for their response, after 3 days Mr Nirmal called me and said, thanks for yrs visiting and sharing really we feeling better from last time,
Our regional Leader in state of West Bengal, recently led a relief campaign. The lock down in all over state and country including his district and has taken a horrendous toll on many lives. On this particular day, Brother went to a group of people who work together in a coal factory to assist 45 families with food rations.
As he delivered the food to a group of coal factory workers struggling to buy food, in part due to spiking food prices, the owner of the coal factory took notice. His heart was moved so much that as he heard the training. Not only did the coal factory owner become a educated but his wife and son did as well. Additionally, three of his employees also took the training. The owner told to brother that he credits his heart change to the act of charity displayed to people he had no responsibility to help.
Serving others, providing food, giving a cup of water, or meeting whatever need someone has that you have the ability to meet is powerful.
I was born and brought up in a Hindu family in a small village in the South 24 Parganas. I got married at a very young age and I have two kids. My husband didn’t have a job so I had to find a job to support my family. My family situation was so bad that I got involved in prostitution and my husband, too encouraged me with it. But deep down inside, I always felt dirty.
Beginning of this year before locked down Transform East Alliance came to me and spoke about the training and shared with me stories about a prostitute woman.
We’ve lived in this area for five years. Three years ago, opposite to us were purchased and a building was constructed. We saw a lot of people going in and out of the building and later realized it was a brothel. We were afraid and alarmed and didn’t know what to do.
In our group, we discussed this and were reminded to love our neighbors. All of a sudden, two weeks ago, I saw the police in the building onsite and asked the owner
“What happened here? Everything going on here stopped.”