“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others- M.K.Gandhi
We know, it’s a profound thought but definitely, it holds a lot of significance. When a person begins to earn for survival they ideally can not think about giving back to society but when we are capable of accumulating wealth for the future, we surely can give it a thought.
Remember how our ancestors always advised us to give back to society to earn some ‘goodwill’ in the existing life? It was a compelling thought back then and holds credibility even today. A person lives for a sense of satisfaction. You may have seen people saving some part of their earnings to donate some food to the poor or feed animals. You may have come across a lot of people who always wanted to start an NGO but couldn’t afford it at the current stage of their life but they are doing their bit by sponsoring the education of children who couldn’t afford it. It may be a small step and amount for you but it makes a big difference to the recipient.
We can give you 5 reasons why you should think about Charity;
- It makes you feel good and gives you a sense of satisfaction for giving back to society.
- It strengthens your personal values and family bonding
- It introduces your children to the significance of generosity and kindness
- It also encourages your friends and family to do the same
- It leaves an impact on the society
But why is it that with charity, we always think of the present and never about continuing this legacy in the future? If you die as someone who has earned some wealth, why not think about the joy of giving even after death? Well, don’t be surprised, here is how you can do it.
We at AasaanWill, encourage people to contribute to their favourite cause through their Will. Yes, it is possible. Your good deeds will continue to help create an impact even after you are no more in this world, and definitely, the good work for the benefit of society will be commemorated by a lot of people. Will is a document of your wishes and you can ensure how you can continue your legacy of giving beyond life.
Read more about how to make a donation to a charitable organization through Will?