Thursday, November 26, 2015

Suggestions Welcome !

There is this idea in my mind from a long time !
Since few months I have been talking about this to multiple friends of mine, the result of which has been futile.
All that they could reply was, it is indeed a good idea. But it will take a lot of effort to volunteer.

And thus it remains an orphaned idea, still wandering in my mind searching ways to implement it

A couple of us were enjoying our regular weekend evening gupshup when we spotted kids aged around four to five years old begging for alms.

It didn't matter to them at all when we bought a plate of samosas and gave them, infact in few seconds many other kids of the same age gathered together and shared that single plate of samosas . This alarmed us that these were the kids deprived of proper food, perhaps the money that they earned out of begging is snatched by their leaders, leaving them deprived of food. That is when this idea struck me.

For instance, if we take an example of a small scale office. If each employee of the office bring one chapati extra,(which doesn't involve any effort from their side) , perhaps we can accumulate all the extra chapati and give to these people at traffic signals or public places . Agreed, it is easy to collect the food, however the question is in distributing it. I need suggestions for this . If at all you have any idea of  any such existing groups, who can be of help in implementing it, please forward it to them .

We can also implement such ideas in a Housing society. Making a chapati extra, is not an hard task at home, we could collect this from each apartment in the society and distribute to the needy  I am totally unaware as to how to start implementing this and so one of my brain cell suggested why not put in on your blog .And so here it is !

And the comment box is open below ! If at all this idea strikes you any good way , please  pull that hand of the mouse and reach to the key board and let me know about it !


  1. A great idea indeed... Lets be the change!

  2. Its a good idea, provided we are sure that we are really feeding the hungry.
    Most of the boys/girls who beg for food are from organised beggars racket and the money/food goes to some local dada. Remember Fagin in Oliver Twist, or our own David in Boot polish.