While travelling back home, I saw how life is a gift to some and a mess for others, a confusion in search of a solution.
As I sat in a shared rickshaw on my way home, I thought about the little kids who sell goods on local trains. My friend, as if reading my thoughts, said, "How do their parents make their kids sell products instead of sending them to school? There are so many schools that give free education as well. Then why? " I just shrugged in confusion. And when I reached home, ate dinner, and lay on my bed, I was still trying to figure out an answer to why.
Just like my friend, many people ask the same question. The government has shown the path and even set the course, but who will deliver the result? Who is going to tell them the way forward?
It's easy to point out a solution with your experience, but sometimes the root causes of problems are way more significant and more complicated to relate to in your life, and it leaves you with confusion.
What does one do when trying to find answers to a problem? The default answer is Google Search!
Google is the answer to almost all our questions these days.
Similarly, NGOs are the "Google" for people with problems looking for a solution. That's why I believe that smart people with smartphones owe it to society to show "The Google" to the underprivileged, people in need and people in emergencies.So let's come together on World NGO Day to bring brightness to all paths of society.